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March 16, 2017

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Several looming obstacles for UHD remain, including the high bandwidth demands, limited content and the drumbeat for greater security protection of premium services. Will consumers rapidly adopt and embrace this next-gen video service?

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January 26, 2017

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Convergence, consolidation, co-option, commoditization and cloudification - these words collectively sum up the current focus for many service providers around the world. All five Cs are dictated directly or indirectly by the changing technical and business landscape, and they each have their own implications for content security.

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The pay-TV market remains in a state of extreme flux and there is little sign that 2016 is going to reduce the complexity facing service providers across all categories. It is clear though that several key trends are intersecting to drive demand for universal—and flexible—operational platforms that enable operators to manage an increasing range of delivery technologies while keeping options as open as possible.

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December 18, 2015

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The end-of-the-year infographic has become a tradition for Verimatrix, and 2015 is no exception. We scrolled through our resource library, Pay-TV Views blog and various social media platforms to determine the content that you valued most this year. What is most interesting is that our most popular content varies from one platform to the next – do you agree with the results?

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Pay-TV operators are coming to appreciate the potential of big data analytics to help them compete more successfully in a multi-screen world that is facing an array of new online players.

 

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August 27, 2015

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We have seen security technology move from hardware- to software-based systems. Like the rest of our lives, it is also becoming more and more connected. This is the right time for pay-TV operators to broaden the way think about security beyond merely protection, as connected platforms offer new challenges and opportunities. With pay-TV stakeholders embarking on a journey from a closed, highly controlled environment, one of the outcomes will be a globally interconnected security infrastructure.

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August 25, 2015

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I just finished reading an excellent book titled Televisionaries and written by Marc Tayer, an industry trailblazer who previously served as the VP of Global Marketing at Motorola and has three decades of experience...

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December 10, 2014

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Three years ago, a dam was breached.  The White Salmon River dam in southern Washington State had been in place for more than 100 years, providing hydroelectric power to nearby communities.  Time passes, technology marches on, and new ideas take the place of old.  The dam’s decommissioning makes for a spectacular video, and of course video is the theme of this blog.  

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September 30, 2014

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Ensuring revenue security can be quite a complex undertaking for global pay-TV operators. However, leveraging a variety of hardware security methods – including the use of a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) – can support the fundamental requirements of any security strategy: durability and renewability.

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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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