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Why am I sitting at the Schiphol airport cafe again? You guessed it – I lived through another successful IBC. No this time I'm not indulging on the famous Dutch poffertjes, but I did buy some old Dutch cheese. Yes Gouda, which my wife loves. Did you know thatGoudais a beautiful medieval Dutch city with traditional cheese making? If not, go and visit next time.

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September 16, 2011

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teve Christian was recently featured on the increasingly popular Pay OTT TV Blog from Tvinici, which was highlighted at IBC 2011.  Content security is one of the most complex issues associated with OTT TV. We have asked Steve Christian, VP Marketing at Verimatrix, to give us the DRM / Conditional Access perspective of OTT TV (Verimatrix provides software-based security solutions for service providers).

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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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April 28, 2011

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o, this time I was not sipping coffee at a foreign airport nor feeding my sweet tooth with poffertjes. This year I drove to NAB and it is hard to type while driving 320 miles back from Las Vegas to San Diego.

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March 29, 2011

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 think it goes without saying that we are very excited about adding Comvenient, a Munich-based DVB conditional access company with an excellent track record and reputation, to our Verimatrix family. We’ve already received very favorable reactions from our partners, customers and industry analysts.

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February 25, 2011

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A couple of weeks ago, the shortlist for the IP&TV Industry Awards was announced. As such, we were delighted to note that several members of the Verimatrix partner ecosystem are being recognized for advances in Multiscreen TV Services, including:

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November 1, 2010

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As we see the marketplace for video services evolve, we are coming to believe that a more complete understanding of patterns of content consumption and interaction has the potential to reshape digital TV delivery. From the perspective of today’s environment, I don’t think anyone would argue that detailed subscriber behavior and usage data could be instrumental in enabling more focused and engaging content across multiple platforms.

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September 17, 2010

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I was going to start with the same sentence as last time when returning from the IPTV World Forum in London: “sitting at a cafe in Heathrow airport sipping a cup of very good coffee…” But since the IBC 2010 was in Amsterdam, I had to say goodbye to The Netherlands by indulging in a portion of poffertjes. (If you don’t know what they are, you have not really explored the country).

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As a long-standing partner to Nokia Siemens Networks (back when they were just Siemens), we are proud to provide the integrated over-the-top (OTT) security component in the company’s recently launched Ubiquity TV. We have been vocal in our position of how pay-TV operators should integrate OTT and adaptive rate streaming technologies with existing managed networks to enhance ARPU, subscriber loyalty and lure incremental advertising dollars.

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