Stryme Presents Brodstar Monitoring Software

Stryme is debuting Brodstar, described as a fully-automatic 24/7 real-time quality monitoring software at IBC 2017.

“It improves our customers compliance and analyzing activities by checking, comparing and adjusting digital delays and time lags,” declares Stryme.

Also new for IBC is the firm’s Tubicon cloud based broadcasting system. This sets up live stream or program content “simply, affordably (rent or buy) and requires no special skills”.

Perfect for start-ups.

The Austrian firm is perhaps best known for its video server Genesix.

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