DVEO Appointed Bridge Technologies Business Partner

San Diego-based company brings in-depth technical knowledge, extensive experience, and customer service commitment.

Bridge Technologies recently announced it has appointed DVEO as a business partner. DVEO will market, sell and support the full range of Bridge Technologies solutions.

“We’re delighted to be working with DVEO,” said Bridge Technologies sales director Philip Burnham. “DVEO has all the attributes we look for in a business partner: in-depth technical knowledge, extensive experience and a total commitment to customer service. The company is also very well connected with many of the world’s highest profile media organizations, and we’re looking forward to helping DVEO introduce our solutions to them – solutions that are specifically designed to ease and speed the transition to an IP world.”

DVEO was founded in 1981. Since then, the company has built up an impressive client list – including ABC, the BBC, China Telecom, Echostar, Fox, France Telecom, IBM, Microsoft, NBC, PBS and Time Warner – of over 400 operators in 50 countries around the world. Its products are used in most TV stations around the USA. DVEO’s advanced high definition and standard definition encoding and streaming devices support the latest and most widely used video codecs, protocols, wrappers and containers.

“The Bridge Technologies range of leading-edge platforms will provide an excellent complement to the solutions we are already able to offer,” said Laszlo Zoltan, CEO of DVEO. “We work extensively with large telcos who are migrating from SDI over coax to SDI over IP, as well as with OTT and IPTV operators – and all of them can leverage the advanced monitoring, analytics and reporting capabilities that Bridge offers. Our goal is always to offer our customers a complete solution – and adding Bridge Technologies products to our portfolio enables us to do that even better.”

Widglets API debuted at IBC 2019 and won the Best of Show Award. Widglets adds functionality to the Bridge Technologies VB440 IP Probe. The probe monitors all media traffic types on an IP network. The new Widglets API for the VB440 provides a new technology for remote production functionality because it recognizes all the video, audio, ancillary data on the network collected by the VB440.

“Although the provision of a Widglets API for a network probe sounds simple, its implications are far-reaching. The Widglets API is perhaps the most exciting thing we’ve ever done, so we’re delighted to have been honored at IBC in this way,” said Bridge Technologies Chairman Simen K Frostad.

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