Tokyo-based VILLAGE island signed a DSP (DataMiner Strategic Partner) agreement with Skyline Communications, for the sales and support of Skyline’s DataMiner multi-vendor network management software in Japan and APAC as of October 2012.
VILLAGE island are broadcast experts who deliver a wide range of audio-visual solutions. Their core mission is the distribution and support of broadcast technology and products for broadcast installations of any size and complexity.
Skyline Communications is the global leading supplier of multi-vendor network management solutions for the broadcast, satellite, IPTV and HFC broadband industry. Their DataMiner network management platform has already received various prestigious awards, and has been widely deployed by leading operators over the globe.
“The vendor-independent and open architecture of Skyline DataMiner enables end-to-end integration of the most complex technical ecosystems, across all vendor boundaries. This was an evident choice for us and we are thrilled to develop this partnership”, explains Michael Van Dorpe”, VILLAGE island President.
“We are very pleased to welcome VILLAGE island as a DataMiner Strategic Partner, and we are confident that their competence and expertise will be a great asset for the fast growing number of leading operators in the broadcast, IPTV, satellite and HFC broadband industry in the APAC region that rely on DataMiner for the end-to-end management of their operations,” added Bart Reynaert, Sales Manager at Skyline Communications. “The broadcast industry is evolving faster than ever, and comprehensive end-to-end network management has very quickly evolved from a nice-to-have to a real must-have for anybody who’s dedicated to his success. Over the last years, Skyline’s DataMiner platform has been implemented by leading corporations around the world, and has grown to become the undisputed leader. The pronounced open architecture of this industry-standard platform also enables third parties and system integrators such as VILLAGE island to design solutions, tailored to the individual needs of operators.”
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