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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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January 4, 2017

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Our Global Services team engineered complex high-availability, geo-redundancy solutions for Taiwan’s largest telco Chunghwa Telecom – spanning four separate data centers in a project demonstrating our capabilities in disaster recovery.

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November 29, 2016

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In a recent webinar, Turning Big Data into Big Dollars, which is part of a series on analytics, we discussed how big data analytics can be harnessed with two of our key partners, ThinkAnalytics with its leading recommendation engine and Genius Digital, a specialist in deriving actions from return path data and other third party data sources. During the webinar, examples were given of major benefits gained by combining our respective platforms, including churn reduction, increased viewer engagement, upselling and targeted advertising.

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August 16, 2016

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As Steve Oetegenn explained in a previous Pay TV Views post, watermarking plays a pivotal role in protecting many types of premium content from threats of piracy, but it may be somewhat limited in its potential if not integrated with other security components designed to detect the source of illegally redistributed content.

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October 5, 2015

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The challenge of meeting rising user expectations for video service experiences was the main discussion point at the IBC Multi-network Forum in Amsterdam.

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September 11, 2015

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The Verspective Intelligence Center is all about revenue performance for pay-TV operators. It not only helps them improve and optimize existing revenue streams, it also opens up new realm of revenue possibilities. By interconnecting hundreds of service provider head ends, down to the client software that secures, collects, and reports on video performance and viewer experiences, the global platform connects operators to an unprecedented artillery of new tools, information and insights.

 

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September 4, 2015

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Every September, the annual IBC Show attracts more than tens of thousands of attendees from every sector of the electronic media and entertainment industry. The goal? To connect with key players from each field to discuss and debate industry challenges, as well as witness the latest innovations and technology unveiled by the industry’s major 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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June 30, 2015

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Energy utilities are early movers in the home Internet of Things (IoT) market - especially in the European market place - with British Gas in the UK among the innovation leaders through its Hive Smart Thermostat launched in September 2013. The solution has already been widely deployed not just with its own energy customers but those of rivals as well. 
 

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October 12, 2014

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I recently had the pleasure of writing an article for Streaming Media about the shift to software-centric and IP-based technologies. While each part of the pay-TV ecosystem has its own unique requirements, considerations related to revenue security remain a top consideration in the evolving design of these next-generation delivery systems.

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