DUBLIN -- At its inaugural North American StormTest User Group Conference, S3 Group, a global leader at enhancing the performance and service readiness of video platforms across connected devices, presented the latest functionality for its automated testing platform, StormTest Development Center. The company also today announced that it has expanded its North American operations with the opening of a new office in Philadelphia, to support new and existing business in the region.
“S3 Group is committed to enhancing the performance and service readiness of video platforms in development and production,” said Philip Brennan, Vice President of TV Technology at S3 Group. “StormTest Development Center enables engineering teams to increase efficiency by replacing time-consuming manual tests with more accurate automated testing across connected devices. To address the growing demand for our products and services in North America, we are very pleased to have hosted our first North American StormTest User Group Conference, and opened a new North American office in Philadelphia to serve our clients’ needs.”
S3 Group’s new North American office based in Philadelphia will support the company’s growing customer base in the region, and address market demand for the company’s products and services. The office is in addition to the company’s offices in San Jose, CA, international headquarters in Dublin, and other locations worldwide.
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