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February 20, 2017

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The transition to a more diversified pay-TV market will continue in 2017 following some significant developments in the region. Enhanced competition is prompting all service providers to better understand what consumers are willing to pay for and what the right business models are to deliver those services.

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January 10, 2017

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Verimatrix's Product Management, Engineering and Quality Assurance teams work behind the scenes to design, develop and test an improved solution that provides our customers with additional functionality, along with security, performance and usability improvements.

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April 6, 2016

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This is the first in a series of blogs dedicated to helping our customers become as profitable and productive as possible. Unlike customer support, which is dedicated to helping you resolve issues you may encounter using our solutions, customer success is focused on proactive ideas to help you maximize the value you receive from our solutions and ensure successful adoption of Verimatrix products and services.

 

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January 5, 2016

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The pay-TV market remains in a state of extreme flux and there is little sign that 2016 is going to reduce the complexity facing service providers across all categories. It is clear though that several key trends are intersecting to drive demand for universal—and flexible—operational platforms that enable operators to manage an increasing range of delivery technologies while keeping options as open as possible.

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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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Back in 2008, I wrote an article with the provocative title “IPTV is dead, long live IPTV” where we made the case that that no one would be talking about IPTV in five years - in what was then the crystal ball territory beyond 2013. We believed that all video delivery systems will simply be referred to as digital TV, and IP will underpin almost every aspect, regardless if it is a telco TV network or a hybrid satellite/broadband combination.

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November 6, 2013

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Monday’s AfricaCast Twitter Q&A was a huge success, and the participants – Steve Christian, VP Marketing, Verimatrix, Anton Smith, CEO Hambisana and Nick Ruczaj, VP Business Development EMEA Vubiquity – have agreed to contribute a blog post here at IP&TV covering some of the main themes in a little more depth than 140 characters really allow…

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October 17, 2013

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We gathered some of the smartest, most innovative people in our industry to participate in our premier Multi-network Video CEO Summit earlier this month. During the Summit, executive speakers representing the entire ecosystem – from content owners and operators to technology vendors and delivery networks – demonstrated their willingness to experiment with business models, go-to-market strategies, technologies, and partnerships to fuel the growth and adoption of multi-network services. 

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This one was buried in a useful pdf summary of the latest news on “managed” and “un-managed” pay TV operator networks: “Telcos have decided they need to be video service providers first and network operators second . . . “   So they finally get it!

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October 17, 2012

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This month marked our second annual EMEA Summit that we host for customers and partners – and serendipitously time with Oktoberfest in Munich. This year, we leveraged our popular Multi-network Solutions in the Real World forum format and featured speakers and panels that highlighted the issues digital TV operators are faced with when rolling out advanced multi-network, multi-screen services.

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