AMSTERDAM, Netherlands--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Here at IBC (stand 3.A58), Mixed Signals, the leading provider of digital content monitoring solutions, today announced it is continuing expansion into the European marketplace with the addition of three new European channel business partners who specialize in serving cable, satellite, telecom and digital terrestrial television service providers. The partners are Divitel of the Netherlands, MoMe of Spain and Austria-based Normann Engineering, who will market and resell Mixed Signals' award-winning Sentry® digital content monitoring solution to their service provider customers in Europe.
"Partnering with established and accomplished companies such as Divitel, MoMe and Normann Engineering further strengthens the reach of Mixed Signals' products into the European market," said Sam Kershaw, who heads Mixed Signals' European operations. "The global demand for quality monitoring solutions is allowing us to work with companies that will boost the availability of Mixed Signals' products, while also enabling all companies to increase their share in the market."
As cable delivery architectures continue to change and grow in complexity, operators are experiencing a related increase in service-affecting issues. Mixed Signals offers unmatched comprehensive monitoring solutions that support these advanced digital networks and mitigate the issues associated with these complex deployments. With its unparalleled ability to monitor actual audio and video content, Sentry is Mixed Signals' flagship product, providing operators the most comprehensive solution for closely monitoring all programming and services in a network.
The company's newest product, Sentry Edge, has unique design elements for hub deployments that operators can combine with Sentry® and Medius remote monitoring and management systems for a broader view of their entire network, from "the source to the edge."
The combination of Sentry Edge, Sentry and Medius provides operators with the industry's most integrated, comprehensive and network-wide solution for ensuring an optimal QoE for their subscribers.
Monitorización y Medidas (MoMe) provides planning, engineering and systems integration services to its service provider clients in the cable, satellite, telecom and terrestrial broadcast markets. MoMe works with service providers throughout Spain from its headquarters in Madrid. For more information, check the company's website at www.mome.es.
Divitel has established a reputation as a system integrator for professional systems in the European DVB and broadcast market. The company has a broad experience in the fields of digital and analogue TV, broadcast, RF networks, terrestrial and satellite transmission and IPTV solutions. Companies offering digital television turn to Divitel to effectively set-up the entire chain. Divitel was established in 1997 and is based in Apeldoorn. www.divitel.com
About Normann Engineering
Normann Engineering is a consultant and distributor of technical products to cable operators. Focused on CATV technologies, Normann Engineering is centrally located in Wels, Upper Austria and has offices in Vienna, Gmunden (Upper Austria) and a 100% daughter company in Bratislava (Cable Service Slovakia). Normann's core market consists of Austria, Slovakia and other Eastern European countries, and recently Germany.
About Mixed Signals
Mixed Signals provides the most comprehensive and scalable digital content monitoring solutions from the source to the edge including digital services, transport streams, ad insertion, switched digital video, video on demand and interactive content. Mixed Signals' innovative products offer unparalleled visibility into video streams and digital services in real time. The Company's products are known for their ease of use and deliver critical intelligence about overall network transport stream behavior, trending analyses, and actionable alerts when anomalies are detected. More than any other product on the market today, Mixed Signals monitoring solutions enable cable and satellite television operators, broadcasters, content aggregators and IPTV providers to simplify deployments of new services and applications, and to future-proof and maximize the return on the investment in their digital networks.
For more information, visit www.mixedsignals.
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