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December 5, 2016

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OTT delivery of premium video is growing, and the use of full-fledged DRM to secure this content is growing as well. Video service operators are realizing, as the scale and complexity of this delivery grows, that it’s more prudent to focus on their core competencies and outsource the technological aspects.

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April 6, 2016

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This is the first in a series of blogs dedicated to helping our customers become as profitable and productive as possible. Unlike customer support, which is dedicated to helping you resolve issues you may encounter using our solutions, customer success is focused on proactive ideas to help you maximize the value you receive from our solutions and ensure successful adoption of Verimatrix products and services.

 

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August 19, 2015

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Here at Verimatrix, instilling a work culture backed by a diverse range of talent is critical to our success. We hire, motivate, train and advance people based on how they fit best into the company, paying close attention to compelling qualities, such as technical skills, creativity, leadership skills and passion.

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July 1, 2015

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Danish pay TV operator Stofa has made the transition from a traditional cable operator to one offering state-of-the-art OTT services to multiple devices using a single security solution from Verimatrix. By deploying the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS™) for Internet TV solution, Stofa has been able to gain maximum flexibility to respond to market demand and competitive conditions without compromising revenue security. 

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February 17, 2014

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Cable and Telecom Operator Cooperation Fuels India’s Multi-network & OTT Video Growth

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. 

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January 18, 2014

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A prediction I made during a conference in Singapore last year was that the days of pay TV services as we know it – i.e. Cable/ DTH/ IPTV- will fast disappear. These businesses identified with their respective modes of distribution techniques will likely become redundant over the next 10 years. Video services will evolve dramatically. And technology will be the catalyst, not the differentiator for the service value proposition.

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January 13, 2014

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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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August 26, 2013

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Many reports have been conducted on the consumer usage and predicted usage of over-the-top (OTT) video. For example, the Accenture’s 2013 Video-Over-Internet Consumer Survey provided insight into “online video behaviors, perceptions and aspirations” and how these impact service providers’ plans.

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June 20, 2013

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The Multi-network Forum at ANGA 2013 prompted some great debate on the latest hybrid network strategies that are happening in Europe and beyond.

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June 13, 2013

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This one was buried in a useful pdf summary of the latest news on “managed” and “un-managed” pay TV operator networks: “Telcos have decided they need to be video service providers first and network operators second . . . “   So they finally get it!

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