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Bridge Technologies Boasts Objective QoE

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OSLO -- Bridge Technologies (Booth SU3106) will present a strong product portfolio for connected media operations at NAB 2014, majoring on Objective QoE – the company’s solution for precision quality of experience monitoring.

Complementing Bridge Technologies extensive measurement metrics portfolio for understanding QoS in nearly any transport mechanism within telecom and broadcast, Objective QoE implements a new approach to quality of experience based on a range of criteria specific to digital media operations.

“It’s important to understand that QoE solutions to date are mostly based on a subjective methodology and criteria derived from the telecoms industry, and this doesn’t make sense as a basis for evaluating digital media services,” said Simen Frostad, Chairman, Bridge Technologies. “In following this path, conventional QoE systems are really up a blind alley and are not delivering the most useful and meaningful data to digital media operators.”

By implementing a QoE solution based solely on the assessment of objective performance factors specific to digital media operations, Bridge Technologies has produced a more accurate tool for QoE assessment, free from the spurious and misleading results generated by conventional systems.

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