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S3 Scores Sky Deutschland Deal

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DUBLIN -- S3 Group, an international digital TV company that enables operators and programmers to accelerate the end-to-end delivery of multi-screen TV, and Teleplan today announced that they have been selected by Sky Deutschland AG to deliver a suite of products and services targeted at increasing the quality of experience for its subscribers.

The solution, which incorporates a number of different StormTest® products from S3 Group and services from Teleplan, will be deployed in Sky Deutschland across the engineering, product support and supply chain departments. By deploying a single integrated solution end-to-end across its operations, Sky Deutschland expects to see significant quality improvements and cost savings in the service being delivered to its more than three million customers.

To deliver the depth and breadth of testing required, a variety of StormTest Development Center and StormTest Decision Line configurations will be deployed by S3 Group and Teleplan. These S3 Group products will enable Sky Deutschland to achieve functional and performance testing of services, cost-efficient stress testing, and high-volume throughput device screening at the appropriate points in its business.

Silicon & Software Systems Ltd. (S3)

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