Mixed Signals Updates Video Watchdog

Mixed Signals added new reporting and analysis features to its Sentry digital content monitoring solution

March 8, 2010

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LOS ANGELES -- Mixed Signals, the leading provider of digital content monitoring solutions, today announced that it has added significant new reporting and analysis features to its award-winning Sentry® digital content monitoring solution that enable video service providers to track, isolate and repair even the most complex video and audio errors in their programming. Mixed Signals is demonstrating Sentry’s new Reason Codes capability in its booth (714) at this week’s Canadian Summit of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) in Toronto.

Reason Codes are an enhancement to Mixed Signals’ state-of-the-art Audio and Video QoE Scoring System – which accurately gauges the severity of errors – and provide added detail to show the causes of impairment behind a particular quality of experience (QoE) score. The combination of Reason Codes together with Sentry’s unprecedented ability to detect video and audio quality errors gives service providers a more complete picture of particularly complex and recurring QoE issues, which enables more accurate and quicker diagnoses and repairs.

“We continue to listen to our customers to provide the capabilities and tools they need to zero-in on even the most complex video and audio quality errors,” said Eric Conley, CEO of Mixed Signals. “Sentry’s new Reason Codes are the latest example of our commitment to adding new features and functionality to Sentry to keep it the most advanced and comprehensive solution for ensuring that service providers deliver their programming with best possible quality while keeping operational costs low.”

Mixed Signals Inc.

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