Verimatrix offers a complete multi-network content and revenue security solution for DVB, IPTV, OTT and Hybrid services. Click on a link below to view the details of each configuration or read on for The Verimatrix Proposition followed by Definitions.
The Verimatrix Proposition
Verimatrix offers a complete multi-network security solution for DVB, IPTV, OTT and Hybrid services combining the strengths of:
- The number one security solution for connected devices
- A proven cardless security architecture with smartcard option
- A single security integration and certification process for DVB, IPTV and OTT
- Available fingerprinting and forensic watermarking
- Vast hardware and software partner ecosystem.
The Verimatrix proposition embodies the following characteristics:
- Elimination of the boundary between CA and DRM philosophies
- Efficient service delivery independent of network technology
- Network upgrades without the burden of re-integration
- Future-proofing against standards transitions
- A frictionless multi-screen rights management experience for consumers
Multi-network: The delivery of video services over two or more separate transport networks, e.g. DVB and IP, DVB-S and DVB-T, IPTV and mobile. The services may terminate in a single-network receiver, or a hybrid receiver that supports two or more network types. The networks may be managed (controlled by the pay-TV operator), or unmanaged (for example, controlled by an ISP not affiliated with the pay-TV operator). Multi-network services may be offered over two or more managed networks, or a combination of managed and unmanaged networks. The latter network type is often associated with over-the-top (OTT) video services delivery.
Multi-screen: The delivery of video services to more than one type of receiver devices, such as TV, PC/Mac, smart phones and web tablets. Multi-screen services may include multi-network delivery.
Hybrid: The delivery of video services over two or more separate transport networks, e.g. DVB-S and IP, DVB-S and DVB-T, IPTV and mobile. The services terminate in a hybrid receiver that supports two or more (managed or unmanaged) network types. Hybrid devices may be part of multi-screen video services.