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December 19, 2016

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Verimatrix Labs is a blog series written by our Security Team that focuses on how threat scenarios are trending, how they are driving new revenue security solutions, and ultimately how next-generation video service providers can create more durable business models through highly secure and frictionless services.

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December 9, 2016

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CMAF (Common Media Application Format) has recently emerged as a common format to unify the streaming world, eliminating multiple encodes and encryptions during content delivery. This also means it may enable the complete, secured delivery of content from the studio to the consumer device since no more edge conversion and sensitive re-encryption would be required.

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January 15, 2013

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The DASH file specification is on track to fulfill its promise to unify the adaptive streaming world. We have seen a lot of interest from partners and customers in our DASH implementation guide and IBC demonstration.

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June 15, 2012

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We all agree that standardization is generally a good idea as it helps move the industry forward through ubiquitous interoperability and rich ecosystem of vendors. We could see that at NAB 2012, MPEG-DASH posters and banners plastered the Halls, but more importantly real demos were behind every corner. Partners of ours such as Harmonic, Envivio, NXP, Akamai and many others showed that standardized streaming is not just a dream but rather becoming a reality.

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Just a few weeks ago, our team had the pleasure of attending IP&TV World Forum in London.  As always, the conference proved to be an excellent indicator of the trends that are shaping the IP video services industry today.  Perhaps the most prominent trend from our perspective (and the topic that came up repeatedly in meeting after meeting) was the proliferation of HTTP Live Streaming (HLS).  We actually wrote an article on optimizing HLS security for Digital TV Europe’s IP&TV World Forum Show Daily, which we’ve excerpted below.

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August 25, 2011

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Steve Christian is featured in Videonet's Official IBC Blog where he discusses progress on the standards front, the benefits of a multi-vendor DRM scheme, and why he thinks standards may help enable the type of consumer choice that all digital TV operators are aiming for. Check out the post and leave a comment so we can continue this discussion! And stop by our booth at IBC 2011 – 4.B54!

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August 21, 2011

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As IBC draws closer, we find ourselves reflecting on the trends that have been reinforced since IBC 2010, and anticipating the prevailing themes of the conversations at IBC 2011. Since last year’s show, it seems the digital TV industry has entered a new period of pragmatism and commercial maturity. This feels like a welcome period of stabilization after the recent cycles of hype following OTT’s emergence as a viable new technical option for service delivery. The commercial and technical communities are now clearly rethinking some early bets.

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March 16, 2011

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Last year I wrote about the growing importance of HTTP Live Streaming at IBC. It was pointed out to us that although adaptive rate streaming was gaining in importance, it was “ridiculously low” in terms of relevance when considering its potential to transform our industry, Things have certainly changed in the last six months.

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July 9, 2010

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We are pleased to see that Project Canvas has selected Marlin, a state-of-the-art, robust and non-proprietary DRM standard, to support the upcoming launch of its groundbreaking hybrid TV platform in the UK. As the logic and variety of options are outlined on the Project Canvas web site, offering security mechanisms have clearly been identified as a key technology for Canvas devices.

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June 15, 2010

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As we head into summer, Internet TV remains a hot topic among network operators.  Over the next few weeks, we will explore the OTT opportunity, the challenges associated with Internet TV services, and how we think the adoption of more open standards can help bridge the gap between those challenges and opportunities.

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