A 3-Dimensional Approach
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As the recognized leader in software-based security solutions for premier service providers, Verimatrix has pioneered the 3-Dimensional Security approach that offers flexible layers of protection techniques to address evolving business needs and revenue threats.

Steve Christian
July 2, 2014

With approximately 2,200 languages spoken by nearly 4.3 billion people, Asia is not a market for generalization. During this year’s CommunicAsia, however, it became evident that this dynamic and increasingly connected region does share a couple of market trends. 

 

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Steve Oetegenn
June 5, 2014

It was gratifying for me when a panel of progressive, European pay-TV operators from different heritages and operating in very diverse market conditions, unanimously declared that the future of their video service delivery and monetization is IP – a direction that we have been heralding for sometime now. 

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Petr Peterka
May 12, 2014

Last month, I had the pleasure of presenting a session on “The Evolution of Security in the Connected World” as part of NAB’s Broadcast Engineering Conference. While UHD revenue security requirements were not the sole focus of the presentation, most of the questions at the end of the session were related to this topic. One question that I was asked pertained to use cases of delivering UHD content. The MovieLabs’ Specifications do not describe different use cases or release windows; rather its documents outline only the most difficult scenario – the requirements for protecting the highest value piece of content (in this case, an early release 4K on-demand movie).

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Petr Peterka
April 4, 2014

With the pay-TV market in the early stages of planning and deploying support for ultra high-definition (UHD) or “4K” content, and new UHD and 4K consumer electronics continuing their rapid proliferation of the marketplace, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the terms 4K and UHD are in many cases being used interchangeably. It is worth noting, however, that there are actually very distinct differences between the two specifications. 

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Tom Munro
March 21, 2014

As the end of the first quarter of 2014 rapidly approaches, it is clear that the video services industry is in a state of transition.  The past several months have witnessed a shift towards IP technologies, with networks and other infrastructure components moving away from a hardware-defined value proposition to one that is more software-centric and adaptable. This shift opens up a realm of possibilities for more dynamic presentation, discovery and real-time usage feedback.

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Steve Christian
February 17, 2014

Bollywood and cricket undoubtedly remain the key drivers of India’s rapidly developing multi-network, multi-screen TV industry.  From checking stats and facts to watching a game live when the main TV is occupied, mobile TV in India has become a way of life for most of the nation’s 100M+ mobile Internet users. During our Multi-network Forum at last month’s Convergence India show in Delhi, the topic – together with the role of cloud-based services, security, regulation and business models amongst others ¬– was discussed at length by a very well-informed and engaging panel

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Vidya Nath
January 18, 2014

Operators need to transport securely authenticated content across devices, over any media. This can be successfully done by leveraging the cloud. The cloud is not just about collaborative workflows, it can empower a content distributor to run its services seamlessly, monitor and analyze its viewership, ensure higher engagement with the viewer and of course, facilitate easy billing practices in a platform-agnostic manner. India, which otherwise lies to the south of the digital divide, is equally consumed by the multi-screen phenomenon as viewers fervently seek their videos on several devices apart from the TV. While this is great in terms of opportunity sizing, operators struggle with technical, business and regulatory challenges to capitalize on this trend.

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Tom Munro
January 15, 2014

CES 2014CES claimed good attendance this year, though it was clearly dampened by the east coast storms and cancelled air service.  On a “buzz factor” basis, this year’s event was an 8 out of 10, steady with last year.  And the 2013 show was a good proxy for this year’s – for the most part, the same players, the same products, and some modest advancements.

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Steve Oetegenn
January 13, 2014

Back in 2008, I wrote an article with the provocative title “IPTV is dead, long live IPTV” where we made the case that that no one would be talking about IPTV in five years - in what was then the crystal ball territory beyond 2013. We believed that all video delivery systems will simply be referred to as digital TV, and IP will underpin almost every aspect, regardless if it is a telco TV network or a hybrid satellite/broadband combination.

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Kelly Foster
December 19, 2013

As featured in our December issue of Authorized Access, we've compiled the list of our most popular content in 2013 based on downloads and views. Check out the top 3 results in each category or channel. Some of the results were unexpected!

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Tom Munro
December 16, 2013

This morning, I had the honor and pleasure of officially opening our new headquarters facility at 6059 Cornerstone Court West, in Sorrento Valley, the heart of San Diego’s technology district. It is a very exciting day for our company, to be certain.  The new offices are a tangible output of our rapid growth over the past few years; better yet, they were purposefully designed to fuel our growth and innovation in 2014 and beyond.

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