T-Mobile NL partners with Witbe to guarantee IPTV service qualityTuesday, February 7th, 2023
T-Mobile NL Partners With Witbe To Guarantee Excellent Service For Its Customers
NEW YORK — Witbe (Euronext Growth – FR0013143872 – ALWIT), the worldwide leader in test automation and monitoring, is proud to announce a partnership with T-Mobile NL to support its mission of delivering top-tier service to all its customers. T-Mobile NL and Witbe will work together to ensure the quality of T-Mobile NL’s IPTV services being delivered across consumer video devices, such as set-top boxes, smart TVs, and mobile applications.
Witbe has been leading innovation in the quality of experience industry for over 20 years. Through this new partnership, T-Mobile NL will be able to use Witbe’s unified technology for automated QA testing. Thanks to Witbe’s Witbox product line, T-Mobile NL will be able to test and review its IPTV services automatically. Witbe’s products use a proprietary algorithm to test the audio and visual quality of video content without any reference stream, just like the human eye would.
“Nothing is more important to us than our customers receiving the highest quality of service,” said Duska Saric, product owner, IPTV at T-Mobile NL. “With Witbe, T-Mobile NL will be able to ensure the quality of service to our users with more ease and confidence.”
Witbe’s CEO Mathieu Planche added: “We are thrilled to partner with T-Mobile NL to help deliver excellent service to its European customers. We are confident that our new lineup of Witbox products will help T-Mobile NL achieve its goals much more efficiently and on a much larger scale than previously possible.”
Links: Witbe; T-Mobile NL
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