Our team employs a wide array of technological insight to maintain and further develop the software monitoring of AT&T's broadcasting facilities.
AT&T is the world's largest telecommunications company. As such, it relies on heavy-duty experts to support, maintain
and further develop its subsidiary, DirecTV - the leading direct broadcast satellite service provider.
Bianor supports (quality assurance and development) the software tools that monitor the quality of the broadcasting services.
The tools gather information using specially programmed set top boxes, run reports/charting and trigger alerts if anything wrong
is detected. The team consists of 1 Tech lead, 4 Java developers, 4 QA (manual and automation). The technology stack includes
embedded programming: Linux, Buildroot, BusyBox, Java, C++; enterprise Java: Spring, Grail (Groovy), GORM, Hibernate, MariaDB,
Bianor’s team employs wide array of technology insight including Java Enterprise, Spring, Hibernate, Groovy to
maintain and further develop the software monitoring the performance of AT&T's broadcasting facilities.
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