Bridge Technologies And Techtel Team Up In Asia

Companies work together to bring a wide range of advanced network monitoring and analysis solutions providing end-to-end transparency to help Asian digital media companies and broadcasters deliver the best possible end user experience.

Bridge Technologies will be at BroadcastAsia 2018 (Suntec Singapore, 26-28 June) along with partner Techtel. Techtel supplies and supports the full range of Bridge Technologies’ solutions in the Asia Pacific market. 

The companies will demonstrate the popular Bridge Technologies Instrument View solution for IP packet behavior analytics. Instrument View was first shown at IBC and launched at the 2018 NAB Show. 

The VB288 Objective QoE Content Extractor will also be on display. The VB288 performs objective video and audio monitoring of MPEG-2, H.264/MPEG-4 and H.265/HEVC streams and offers a unique web browser-based remote video-wall capability providing full visual status from anywhere. The VB288 enables users to inspect enormous amounts of content beyond the ability of the human eye, and provides reliable alarms on objective parameters having an impact on QoE.

Bridge Technologies and Techtel will also be demonstrating the Remote Data Wall (RDW). RDW allows those responsible for network monitoring and management to quickly and easily create a visual representation of network activity, enabling potential problems to be rapidly identified and appropriate corrective action taken. Depending on the size or complexity of the network being monitored, RDW can spread from a single screen to multiple screens in a videowall format – but requires no specialist skills to install.

“Our investment in the exciting Asia Pacific market is now beginning to pay off,” said James Chance, Regional Manager, APAC at Bridge Technologies. “Working with Techtel, awareness of the benefits our solutions can provide has increased and has seen us become involved in a number of very interesting projects. We are providing our customers with valuable tools that enable them to achieve 100% understanding of, and confidence in, their video processing systems and distribution networks’– and that’s allowing them to fully embrace IP, and leverage its many benefits and advantages such as better operational efficiency and technical service quality resulting in an improved Quality of Experience for subscribers.”

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