IBC 2013 – AMSTERDAM. Sky has upgraded its digital testing platform, based on S3 Group’s StormTest Development Center to include high definition image handling.
DVB-T2 services will not be introduced in the Czech Republic before 2015.
French bouquet operator CanalSat is currently testing a beta-version of its Cube set-top to allow for OTT streaming of channels.
The Czech national transmission company Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRa) has been granted authorization by the Czech Telecom Office (CTU) to continue experimental DVB-T2 tests.
Switzerland’s upc cablecom has extended its use of S3 Group’s StormTest Development Center to include automated testing for connected TVs.
Digital media testing company Digital TV Labs has launched a new service that enables Freeview receivers to be tested for susceptibility of interference from 4G LTE mobile services.
French media regulator CSA has approved the extension of the DVB-T2 trial currently underway in the northern city of Rennes.
ANGA COM 2013: Hall 10.1, Stand T18. Video service quality assurance expert Agama Technologies has launched Analyzer OMNIA, a new DVB-C monitoring probe. It will be showcased at this year’s ANGACOM in Cologne.
Open Channel has been granted a new trial license on UHF channel 35 for a period of up to three years.
Agama Technologies has announced that B.net, Croatia’s leading cable operator, expands its Agama quality monitoring set-up with Agama’s Embedded Monitoring Solution to cover the complete end-to-end cable TV service distribution.