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Bridge Technologies reveals new Products at IBC

Bridge Technologies will launch several important new technologies and products at IBC2015 in Amsterdam. Among innovations are the award-winning Gold TS Protection technology, which will be the first showing in Europe.

A remarkably innovative way of exploring monitoring data through time will change the way faults and outages can be analysed and understood, SLAs verified, and regulatory obligations validated. Bridge Technologies ( creates advanced analysis, measurement, and monitoring solutions for the digital broadcast and telecommunications industries. The company’s award-winning products and solutions provide an advanced platform for converging digital media services employing stream-based IP packets. Compatible with all major industrial standards, the system is an comprehensive monitoring and analysis environment with probes for DVB-S/S2/S2X, DVB-T/T2, ISDB-Tb, DVB-C/C2, analog RF, ASI, all IP streams including OTT services, and unique portable field probes for RF and IP monitoring.

For the show in Amsterdam the company announce some improved systems: A dedicated monitoring data archiving solution with an extremely fast setup will completely simplify adding an archived data capability to the monitoring environment. New virtualised probes will allow users to pick and mix the most effective combination of software and hardware monitoring nodes. IBC 2015 will also be the first European showing of the award-winning Gold TS Protection technology that makes monitoring for digital services much quicker to set up, and fault-tracking much faster, more accurate and secure.

“We’ll be showcasing an unprecedented capability for analysis of historical data over any time period and in any depth, and demonstrating how Gold TS Protection delivers an enormous advance in the usability and accuracy of digital media monitoring“, announces Bridge Technologies Chairman Simen K. Frostad and continued: „ We are revealing new virtualised probes and incredibly versatile new tools that will set new industry benchmarks for value.” (7/15)

Photo: Bridge Technologies provides new data archiving and monitoring solutions at IBC


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