Bridge Technologies Partner With German Systems Integrator Broadcast Solutions

With the majority of their business activities focused on assisting in the creation of both mobile and studio-based production centres, the integration of Bridge Technologies’ VB440 into Broadcast Solutions’ product offerings will be of significant importance – offering breakthrough monitoring and analysis of ST2110 and ST2022-6 high-bitrate broadcast media traffic in production studios, master control centres and outside broadcast vehicles and venues.

Bridge’s full product list will also be available to Broadcast Solutions to give them maximum range and flexibility in the monitoring solutions they can offer customers.

Broadcast Solutions operates as a manufacturer-independent systems integrator; and this objectivity in terms of product solutions combined with their choice to carry Bridge products is testament to the fact that Bridge provides stand-out solutions in their field, which justify inclusion in any production setup on the basis of both their technological innovation and raw processing power, and the deep-dive analytics capabilities and intuitive presentation of data they offer.

“We’re extremely pleased to be working closely with Broadcast Solutions.”, said Simen Frostad, Chairman and joint-founder of Bridge Technologies. “Not only do they represent experts in the field of designing and implementing future-proof production environments - meaning that we can be confident of their technical expertise in explaining, implementing and coordinating our products within complex set-ups - but they also echo our philosophy of fostering close relationships with customers. The level of support they provide before, during and after implementation is really important to us”.

This support is in part evidenced by Broadcast Solutions’ recent h-BID (hybrid-Broadcast Innovation Days) presentation series, which aired from the 3rd to 5th of November. The series includes discussions, product presentations, innovations and one-on-one meetings to show and discuss key innovations in systems integration, IP-based production, and workspace/workflow concepts. These innovation days aim to provide support, insight and knowledge to customers and potential customers alike.

Petteri Pulkkinen, Sales Manager of Broadcast Solutions Finland said: “Bridge Technologies’ products are a natural addition to our product range offering, representing as they do cutting-edge, future-proofed, IP-based monitoring solutions. But as a company, they also represent a natural partner – driven by a philosophy of innovation and ongoing improvement, and focused on delivering excellence in terms of customer experience and support. We look forward to a prosperous ongoing relationship”.

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