Guillaume Asso monitoring with KYBIO.
Software developer Connect has deployed its Kybio solution at the Monaco Media Diffusion, the public operator for radio and TV broadcast in the Principality of Monaco.
MMD is using Kybio to oversee the optimal operation of its FM and DAB broadcast infrastructure. Kybio centralizes the monitoring of 136 of their devices, including in particular Ecreso FM transmitters, their DAB broadcasting equipment, and most of their peripherals such as satellite receptors, audio processing, RDS encoder, and more.
“The choice of Kybio seemed obvious to us. It is a tool perfectly suited to our profession, designed for media broadcasting, it is powerful and intuitive to use. Integrated ticket management is a plus that allows better communication with customers,” said Thierry Poyet, MD.
“We are proud that Kybio meets the high-quality standards of the exclusive broadcast operator in Monaco. Our platform offers a full set of monitoring, management, and control modules that will help MMD’s team ensure seamless operation of their FM / DAB infrastructure and devices,” said Sonia Marmouri, Customer Success Director at Connect. “Kybio integrates all the essential functions for an optimized management of all types of media infrastructures. Available as an On-premise or SaaS solution, it supports a large number of products used in the media ecosystem.”
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