Blog

Monthly Archives: February 2013

Digital Nirvana Sponsors Abode Services’ Annual Journey Home Breakfast

Digital Nirvana is sponsoring an upcoming breakfast hosted by Abode Services, an organization working to end homelessness by assisting low-income people without homes. The annual fundraising event is free and open to all, and will take place the morning of March 7 at the Fremont Marriott in Fremont, CA.

Journey Home Breakfast

2013 marks the fifth year that Digital Nirvana has been supporting Abode Services, and the third year that they are sponsoring this event. At the breakfast, attendees have the chance to learn more about the programs that Abode Services offers through a video presentation and remarks from staff and participants. The event’s attendees will be asked to pledge what they can to support Abode Services’ efforts to end the cycle of homelessness. Donations received at the fundraiser help the organization to improve the lives of more than 4,000 people each year. Continue reading Digital Nirvana Sponsors Abode Services’ Annual Journey Home Breakfast

Making it Faster, Easier to Find the Glitch Buried in the Bits

By Hiren Hindocha, President and CEO, Digital Nirvana

Digital signals come in many forms and may pass through multiple coders, decoders, and interfaces, any of which may cause a problem or make an existing problem worse.

MonitorIQ BMS
Advanced Metadata Harvester on MonitorIQ

Troubleshooting an entire system to isolate a single discrepancy can take hours of valuable engineering time. Better access to metadata has been sorely needed in the broadcast industry for some time. When there’s a discrepancy or signal failure, learning what caused it is critical to fixing it.

That’s why we’ve added advanced metadata harvesting capability to the MonitorIQ broadcast monitoring system.  This unique feature tracks any data that’s been logged and collects various logs, discrepancy reports, and data alarms as well as the broadcast feed. It can help in identifying where any error occurred in the broadcast signal, collect forensic analysis about the event, and report that data back to the customer. Continue reading Making it Faster, Easier to Find the Glitch Buried in the Bits

An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company