Mixed Signals Expands European Reseller Team with Anedis

ANEDIS Represents Mixed Signals in Germany, Europe’s Largest Cable Television Market

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Here at the ANGA Cable Show 2009, Mixed Signals, Inc., the leading provider of digital content monitoring solutions, has signed on ANEDIS, GmbH as its latest European reseller, giving Mixed Signals a partner focused on the significant German cable television market, which Europe’s largest.

With German consumers having more choices than ever before for their TV services, price and quality of experience (QoE) have become key factors as cable operators compete to win – and retain – lucrative video subscribers. Mixed Signals assists operators with Sentry®, the company’s comprehensive and scalable monitoring solution, which enables operators to closely and continually monitor their video content to quickly identify, localize and rectify video and audio imperfections. Sentry’s unparalleled ability to identify anomalies in the network at the IP and MPEG layers, as well as in QoE, enables operators to discover hundreds of issues, including video freeze, video black and the loss of audio, which represent the bulk of trouble calls from subscribers.

“ANEDIS is a tremendous addition to our reseller program, providing us with a partner in the German cable market that has established relationships with Germany’s leading cable television operators,” said Eric Conley, CEO of Mixed Signals. “ANEDIS’ trained staff, extensive systems integration experience and impressive knowledge of QoE requirements will help us to make Sentry as popular in Germany as it is with U.S. cable operators.”

ANEDIS is the latest addition to Mixed Signals expanding worldwide reseller partner program, which currently includes nine other partners who serve leading cable, telecom and IPTV service providers across the globe. Each partner has been selected based on its ability to provide top-level service and support for Sentry users in their country or region. Sentry has been deployed by eight of the top 10 U.S. cable operators and by such leading European operators as Switzerland’s Cablecom.

“Mixed Signals’ Sentry is an ideal solution for German cable operators, who are clearly committed to providing the latest video services with the very best picture quality,” said Guenter Richter, sales executive with ANEDIS. “We are very familiar with content monitoring solutions and Sentry is definitely a state-of-the-art solution that can help cable operators improve the quality of experience they provide their subscribers.”

About ANEDIS
ANEDIS GmbH, a subsidiary of IET Holding, is a full service reseller focused on the German cable television industry, providing products, consulting, systems integration, training and after-sales support. The company is based in Berlin and more information can be found on its website www.anedis.de

About Mixed Signals
Mixed Signals provides the most comprehensive and scalable digital content monitoring solutions from the source to the edge including digital services, transport streams, ad insertion, switched digital video, video on demand and interactive content. Mixed Signals’ innovative products offer unparalleled visibility into video streams and digital services in real time. The Company’s products are known for their ease of use and deliver critical intelligence about overall network transport stream behavior, trending analyses, and actionable alerts when anomalies are detected. More than any other product on the market today, Mixed Signals monitoring solutions enable cable and satellite television operators, broadcasters, content aggregators and IPTV providers to simplify deployments of new services and applications, and to future-proof and maximize the return on the investment in their digital networks.

For more information visit www.mixedsignals.com or call 310.227.8620.

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