Arris announced on Monday that its Keystone D5 Digital Multimedia Termination System (DMTS) has completed successful interoperability testing with SeaChange International’s VOD System. The interoperability testing of ARRIS D5 DMTS occurred over the course of several months, concluding with the success of a formal test run at SeaChange’s labs. The D5 DMTS is able to support digital video EdgeQAM delivery today, while providing a software migratory solution to the much-anticipated M-CMTS/DOCSIS 3.0 platform and Switched Digital Video applications. “The successful interoperability testing with SeaChange completes our initial program of verifying the D5 DMTS MPEG EdgeQAM featureset with leading VOD providers,” said Arris’ Mike Caldwell, Senior Director of Product Management. “This demonstrates the D5’s advantage over legacy EdgeQAM products available today, while also providing a simple software upgrade to future M-CMTS platforms envisioned for near-future network architectures.”

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