|NEWS/Bridge Technologies Appoints Joker Television as Spanish Distributor for VideoBRIDGE Digital TV Monitoring
(Oslo, Norway - January 25, 2010)
Bridge Technologies Appoints Joker Television as Spanish Distributor for VideoBRIDGE Digital TV Monitoring
Bridge Technologies has announced a partnership with Madrid-based digital TV specialists Joker Television for sales and support of the VideoBRIDGE line of digital monitoring products in Spain. The award-winning range of digital TV probes provides the most advanced headend-to-set-top-box monitoring solution available to broadcasters, telcos, and network operators.
“The VideoBRIDGE monitoring system is an outstanding solution for digital TV operators, allowing them to trace and fix problems wherever they occur in the delivery chain, with the minimum of delay, and usually before the problem has affected service,” said Ignacio Lazaro Fernandez, general manager, Joker Television. “For broadcast and telco service providers, it is vitally important to maintain a high level of subscriber satisfaction. VideoBRIDGE makes this possible, while also reducing the maintenance costs of the service.”
The award-winning VideoBRIDGE series of probes offers an innovative approach to the monitoring and analysis of converging services employing stream-based IP packets. Compatible with all major stream-based industrial standards such as MPEG-2, H.264/AVC, DVB/ATSC, and ETSI TR 101 290, the VideoBRIDGE series offers a complete end-to-end system for the continuous quality assurance of a network. With full support of the innovative MediaWindow™ (patented), the VideoBRIDGE series is at the forefront of digital TV measurement and monitoring technologies.
“Spain has great potential in the growth of digital TV services,” said Philip Burnham, sales director, Bridge Technologies. “It’s a dynamic territory with an excellent infrastructure. We are very pleased to be teaming up with Joker Television, an organization that offers a great depth of expertise to operators in the Spanish media market, and will help them successfully negotiate the complexities involved in operating the delivery chain.”