After the alarm: where monitoring is taking us

After the alarm: where monitoring is taking us by Simen Frostad, Chairman of Bridge Technologies An alarm wakes you up. Asleep, awake – it’s a binary response. There’s nothing nuanced about it: a noise interrupts your sleep, you become conscious and able to begin another day. But even the basic wake-you-up alarm can be something…

MERA-TECH to Represent Bridge Technologies in MENA Region

OSLO, Norway — 12 January 2015  — Bridge Technologies has appointed MERA-TECH as its regional business partner for MENA. With a new office in Dubai from 2015, MERA-TECH will carry and support the entire Bridge Technologies product range. MERA-TECH’s appointment follows Bridge Technologies’ involvement in one of the region’s largest initiatives, having been chosen to…

Bridge Technologies’ VB288 can be used to provide a complete range of real-time monitoring and analysis information

VB288 OBJECTIVE QoE CONTENT EXTRACTOR The VB288 delivers visual content extraction, status displays and alerts, and graphic displays of monitoring and analysis data to a virtual videowall display viewed through any web browser. Powered by a standard high-specification server, the VB288 displays large numbers of HD H.264 and H.265 4K channels – even after encryption…

Televisión Canaria Migrates to All-Disk Archive with DAC’s ALTO-II

Reading, UNITED KINGDOM — 15 December 2014 — Televisión Canaria, the broadcasting authority for Spain’s Canary Islands, has migrated its entire archive from LTO tape to an ALTO all-disk storage system from Disk Archive Corporation. Initially configured with 1600TB of storage, the ALTO replaces Televisión Canaria’s previous archive installation based on a Robotic Tape Library…

Bridge Technologies: Year in Review 2014

  YEAR IN REVIEW: BRIDGE TECHNOLOGIES Nobody in our business could ever complain about being bored. To be involved in conceiving, designing, manufacturing and selling technology for the satellite and media industries is to be in a constant state of change and development. It’s like trying to anticipate and react to (or even help shape)…