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January 25, 2012

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In 2006, Verimatrix celebrated surpassing its 1 millionth screen protected by our VCAS revenue security solutions, which was a significant milestone for our young, start-up company. Just this month, I am proud to say we hit another major milestone that reflects as much on the entire digital video industry, as it does on Verimatrix. We celebrated reaching 500+ pay-TV operator customers and securing more than 20 million screens.

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January 19, 2012

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I’m constantly being asked what differentiates Verimatrix.  In truth, it’s many things: our talented team, our commitment to excellence, our ability to “think outside the box.”  But one theme cuts across all of these different assets, and that’s our continuing dedication to innovation.  Innovation isn't just an abstract goal here at Verimatrix; it’s something that pervades our work days (and nights) and is always at the very forefront of our minds.

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October 31, 2011

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It was a pleasure to host our EMEA Autumn Summit this year near our new Munich office during Oktoberfest. Our customers and ecosystem partners attended the 2-day workshop to network with our combined European-based team and senior executives, as well as gain a full understanding of the direction of our VCAS security architecture. We laid out our product roadmap to show how we are meeting the needs of both our DVB and IPTV customers that are broadening their services to hybrid DVB-IP and multi-screen delivery.

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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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June 6, 2011

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Last week, we posted answers to several of the follow up questions that were generated during our recent Light Reading webinar on Multiplatform Content Protection: How to Secure Content Everywhere. Below are even more answers to questions with themes that pervaded multiple questions and comments during the session.

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June 2, 2011

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Verimatrix recently co-sponsored Videonet report with RGB Networks, “Making all TV multi-screen TV,” that provided an in-depth analysis on the approaches operators are considering when introducing, and effectively scaling, multi-screen video services.

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May 24, 2011

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ast month, we conducted a Light Reading webinar on Multiplatform Content Protection: How to Secure Content Everywhere, hosted by Carol Wilson. During the session, Tom Pollard and I explored the new requirements for effective rights management and content protection in a multiplatform world.

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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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December 17, 2010

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iTunes offers a handful of apps that allow subscribers to watch live TV on their iPhone or iPad. But just browsing through the selections, and more importantly the reviews, it seems live streaming TV to a mobile device has not yet been perfected! Most apps are aimed at niche audiences, require additional hardware to view the video or simply provide an inferior playback experience due to unreliable bandwidth to properly stream the video. I’d argue the biggest impediment to perfecting these apps is content. The biggest impediment to gaining the rights to content is content security.

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