Amino Communications is boosting the performance and reliability of its set-top box (STB) systems through a deal with Mirifice Ltd, which is based in Bath.
Amino will integrate Mirifice’s MiriATE solution into its existing facilities, providing a powerful technical environment for the testing and control of its STBs.
Mike Greenall, SVP Client Software at Amino, said: ”MiriATE will allow us to build on our stringent quality control and testing processes, enabling our skilled staff to deliver an even better service level to our customers”.
MiriATE’s features include video analysis, motion detection, region comparison and optical character recognition.
The solution will allow Amino to automatically drive large numbers of set-top boxes through a range of exhaustive tests, including realistic endurance testing.
Niall Buckingham, Director and Founder of Mirifice said: “Our MiriATE product is also used by network operators for acceptance and regression testing of set-top boxes and services. The resulting improvement in set-top box and network service reliability reduces the total cost of ownership for the operator“.
Amino Communications’ AmiNET130M IPTV STB has been shortlisted in Best IPTV Service Delivery Platform or Client Software category, at the IPTV World Forum Awards.