Altibox TV Selects Agama to Expand its Current Client Device Monitoring Solution

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Altibox TV selects Agama to expand its current Client Device Monitoring solution to OTT devices

Agama Technologies AB – Mar 25, 2021 11:34 UTC

Altibox TV Selects Agama to Expand its Current Client Device Monitoring Solution 1

Parties extend current partnership with OTT Client Device Monitoring

 

(Linköping, Sweden, March 25, 2021) – Agama Technologies, the specialist in video service quality and customer experience, today announces that Altibox, part of Norway’s Lyse Group, has extended its Agama monitoring solution to include support for OTT companion devices. Agama’s solutions are now responsible for all monitoring, analytics and assurance across all types of devices.

Altibox, a leading TV and Internet provider in Norway and Denmark, chose Agama’s STB Client Device Monitoring (CDM) solution to benefit from its enhanced real-time information on service quality, viewer behavior, and device health. In addition to customers’ first-screen STB devices, Altibox chose Agama’s solution to be deployed on all second-screen OTT devices as well. This provides a more complete view of its video and Internet service quality and performance.

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The Agama CDM solution provides detailed high-resolution, real-time information on video service quality and viewer experience, as well as a module that provides customer data that is suitable for use in customer care applications. By using the Agama CDM, Altibox integrates a robust and powerful device monitoring and analytics solution into its service delivery. The solution enables a better understanding of service performance and customer experience for each and every subscriber, whether at home or on the go.

“We believe that the Agama solution provides us the valuable insight needed to continuously improve our service, and at the same time ensuring the best possible user experience for our customers. By expanding our current Agama solution to also cover OTT devices it will enable us to monitor our service quality from any content source to any end-user client in one aggregated view”, explained Petter Røisland, Head of TV Tech at Altibox.

“We are confident that our CDM solution will further help Altibox to have a holistic view of the performance and quality of its video and Internet services, both on STB and OTT devices”, added Mikael Dahlgren, CEO of Agama Technologies. “ We have a strong partnership with Altibox and we are happy to see that our solution is having a positive impact on its business. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Altibox and contributing to its continuing success.

The Agama Client Device Monitoring and Analytics solution has proven scalability across millions of devices. It supports all modern delivery technologies and can be used in OTT, IPTV, cable, and hybrid deployments. Agama’s dashboards, alarming, correlation, and analytics applications help operations and development teams to efficiently operate and improve their video services.

With unique analytics, visualization, and integration capabilities, Agama enables video service providers to implement a data-driven way of working across departments and workflows. The Agama solution empowers operations, product management, marketing, and customer-facing teams with awareness and insights that drive customer satisfaction, lower operational costs and increase agility.

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Media contacts:

Dora Voicu
Agama Technologies
[email protected] +46 13 240 330
Andreas VeggelandAltibox [email protected] +47 982 96 708

 

About Altibox

Altibox AS, a company within the Lyse group, provides a full line of telecom products and FTTH multiplay services to residential and business customers under the common brand Altibox. The services are distributed at present through over 40 Altibox partners in Norway and Denmark. The number of active FTTH customers rises rapidly, and surveys show that Altibox has the hands down most satisfied customers year after year.

For more information, visit altibox.no

Agama Technologies specialises in empowering video operators’ business processes with awareness and insights that can drastically lower operational costs and improve customer satisfaction. With extensive experience and an industry-leading solution for monitoring, analytics and visualisation of video service quality and customer experience, Agama helps operators to implement a data-driven way of working to assure optimal service quality, improve operational efficiency and increase customer understanding. Our solution empowers operations, product management, marketing and customer facing teams.

We have the privilege to work with more than 100 different service providers, network operators and broadcasters, including A1 Group, Altibox, Etisalat, KPN, Canal +, Sky UK, T-Mobile, TDC, Telenor and Vodafone.

The company is based in Linköping, Sweden, and is privately held. For more information, visit www.agama.tv

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