PlayBox Technology System Health Check

UK company offers new service to maintain optimal CIAB system performance.

PlayBox Technology has introduced comprehensive PlayBox system health checks for its customers to ensure they continue to get the best out of their PlayBox systems during this unprecedented viewing period. An expert broadcast engineer can evaluate a system's performance while it is on the air to verify that it is operating as designed.

Customers will receive a comprehensive test report and a prioritised list of recommended improvements and upgrades to maximise broadcasting efficiency. As the demand for quality entertainment and TV media grows in households across the globe, the hour-long, PlayBox Technology System Health Check can help PlayBox customers know that their broadcasting operations will continue providing seamless content for their audiences without a hitch.

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