Proactive Monitoring Supports Technologies Such as VC1 and MPEG-4
AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 08, 2006 -- International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) -- Mixed Signals, Inc., leading providers of digital content monitoring systems, today announced that it will be providing cutting-edge monitoring capabilities specific to the needs of cable, satellite, and IPTV operators in the EMEA market. As the complexities of digital networks continue to grow, proactive monitoring has become an essential part of network operations.
"Mixed Signals is very excited to expand upon the commitment of comprehensive monitoring solutions by entering the EMEA market," said Eric Conley, CEO of Mixed Signals. "Building on successful deployments with three of the top five North American cable operators, the transition into the international market is a logical step for Mixed Signals. We can provide advanced monitoring that enable operators to support technologies such as the mandatory video standard, VC1, and the global multimedia standard, MPEG-4."
Mixed Signals' Sentry(TM) Digital Content Monitor enables service providers to future-proof and maximize their return on investment in digital media networks by providing comprehensive intelligence about overall network transport stream behavior and integrated analysis of signal and stream data patterns, delivering actionable alerts when anomalies are detected. In addition to real-time monitoring, Sentry provides historical reporting and alerting options based on network-specific business rules, enabling operators to gain insight and solve problems in their digital networks.
Earlier this year, Mixed Signals signed a global reseller agreement with TANDBERG Television, a global leader in video compression, on-demand and interactive content solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, TANDBERG Television is reselling Mixed Signals' Sentry(TM) Digital Content Monitor worldwide in the cable, satellite, and IPTV markets as well as to integrators and broadcasters.
"The choice and complexity of digital video distribution networks is growing as new services such as high definition, on-demand and interactive television are introduced. We recognize that in order to ensure mission critical delivery of services our customers need increasingly sophisticated monitoring systems," said Roger Bolton, VP of business development at TANDBERG Television. "Mixed Signals' proactive monitoring products are an essential part of today's network operations and complement our solutions for cable operators, satellite television, and IPTV providers worldwide."
Mixed Signals will be exhibiting with TANDBERG Television at stand # 1.461 September 8-12, 2006 at IBC.
About Mixed Signals
Mixed Signals is the leading provider of digital content monitoring including digital services, transport stream, and ad insertion. Mixed Signals' innovative Sentry product provides unparalleled visibility into video streams and digital services delivery in real time. Comprehensive intelligence about overall network transport stream behavior combines with an integrated analysis of signal and stream data patterns to deliver actionable alerts when anomalies are detected. More than any other product on the market today, Mixed Signals Sentry enables network operators, wireless carriers, and telecommunications companies to future-proof and maximize the return on their investment in digital networks. For more information, visit www.mixedsignals.com or call 310.574.4690.
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SOURCE: Mixed Signals, Inc.
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