New York, United States — May 3, 2023 — Witbe (Euronext Growth – FR0013143872 – ALWIT), the worldwide leader in test automation and proactive monitoring for video service providers, today announced that its most powerful, multi-award-winning, automated testing and monitoring device, the Witbox⁺, has been recognized with another accolade: the 2023 NAB Show Product of the Year Award.
The NAB Show Product of the Year Awards recognize the most significant and promising new products introduced at the annual NAB trade show in Las Vegas. This year, winners were selected by a panel of industry experts in 15 categories. The results were announced at a live awards ceremony, where the Witbox⁺ took home the honors in the Monitoring and Measuring Tools category.
“Congratulations to Witbe for winning the 2023 NAB Show Product of the Year Award in recognition of the Witbox⁺, a product that has demonstrated its ability to help storytellers face the challenges of the present and future by revolutionizing a critical stage of the content lifecycle,” commented NAB SVP and Chief Customer Success Officer Eric Trabb.
The Witbox⁺ packs Witbe’s revolutionary technology into a compact form factor. It can automatically test and monitor any real testing device it is connected to, including Set-Top Boxes, OTT devices, mobile devices, Smart TVs, and gaming consoles. The most powerful and scalable device in the Witbox line-up, the Witbox⁺ is capable of testing up to four 4K devices simultaneously, utilizing Witbe’s powerful video and audio quality analysis technology for each.
“We couldn’t be prouder of the recognition the Witbox⁺ has received in the year since it first launched, which now includes a NAB Product of the Year Award,” said Mathieu Planche, CEO of Witbe. “The multiple accolades the Witbox⁺ has been honored with are a testament to our technology and how it is dramatically improving monitoring for video service providers looking to measure true Quality of Experience or remote testing teams in need of a more powerful Slingbox replacement.”