SeaChange International has announced a new universal session resource manager (uSRM) that will allow managed network operators to deliver video to consumers
no matter the device they are using or when they are watching. SeaChange’s uSRM will enable operators to guarantee quality of service (QoS) across access, aggregation and edge networks for cable, IP and wireless delivery of video.

Residing between the transport network layer and applications, the SeaChange uSRM provides per-session and per-subscriber QoS guarantees for large scale single- and multi-application deployments, controlling the use of network resources on behalf of applications such as IMS, IPTV, video-on-demand, generic data services and video-based internet services.

"The introduction of the uSRM is part of SeaChange’s overall strategy to help broadband video operators achieve the goal of premium content video anytime, anywhere through managed content delivery networks," said Yvette Kanouff, chief strategy officer, SeaChange, in a prepared statement.

The uSRM is a new feature of SeaChange’s Axiom on Demand content delivery platform,

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