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Mirifice announces release of new version of MiriATE with Gateway Broadcast Services

September 11, 2008

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AMSTERDAM -- Mirifice Ltd are pleased to announce that they will be demonstrating MiriATE publicly next month at IBC in Amsterdam.

Gateway Broadcast Services have been using MiriATE , a modular, scalable solution for the automated testing of set-top boxes (STBs) - since the beginning of April, and are now upgrading their system to the latest version which includes the powerful AV Analysis component.

Geoff Aitken, Business Development Manager at Mirifice, says, "We are absolutely delighted to be working with Gateway Broadcast Services set-top boxes at IBC. This event provides us with the opportunity to demonstrate the advanced capabilities of the MiriATE system and specifically the AV Analysis component. We are looking forward to using Gateway Broadcast Services to show off motion detection, colour detection, region detection and OCR. These are some of the key features of the AV Analyser."

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AMSTERDAM -- Mirifice Ltd are pleased to announce that it has strengthened its relationship with Amino Communications through a Master Value Added Reseller Agreement.

Amino will re-sell MiriMON to existing and new customers through its channel partners and through direct sales. This agreement allows IPTV operators around the globe to meet their needs for QoE assurance through their trusted relationship with Amino.

Amino's award winning range of AmiNETT STBs have a justified reputation for providing exceptional value and reliability. MiriMON will enhance the value Amino brings to IPTV service providers by allowing them to measure and improve the QoE they provide.

Paul Tinkler, President of Sales at Mirifice, says, "Mirifice and Amino have already successfully collaborated on a MiriMON deployment at COMSTAR-Direct in Russia. We are delighted to sign this agreement with Amino, which formalises the strong relationship between the two companies."

Mirifice Ltd.

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