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Abril 25, 2017

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Avni Rambhia, Industry Principal, Digital Transformation at Frost & Sullivan, sat down with our SVP of Marketing Steve Christian for an in-depth discussion of the global trends, challenges and opportunities of a connected revenue security platform.

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Diciembre 5, 2016

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OTT delivery of premium video is growing, and the use of full-fledged DRM to secure this content is growing as well. Video service operators are realizing, as the scale and complexity of this delivery grows, that it’s more prudent to focus on their core competencies and outsource the technological aspects.

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Septiembre 23, 2016

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2016 is a year of disruptive transformation for TV Everywhere and multiscreen video. Consumers are clearly favoring alternatives to TV-by-appointment. Growth numbers for conventional TV are stabilizing even as online video numbers continue to surge forward. There is an ongoing scramble to roll out delightful user experiences and compelling content libraries across tens of device types, hundreds of platforms and thousands of configurations. This is no longer an experimental venture – scale, agility, and even backwards compatibility are now critical issues.

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Abril 11, 2016

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OTT is redefining entertainment, and OTT profitability is on many executive minds as we lead up to NAB this year. There are many trends and buzzwords in play – cloud, personalization, content monetization, software-defined workflows, UltraHD… and the quest to become the next Netflix or MLBAM.

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Enero 15, 2013

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India is a vast market today for pay- TV, with more than 100 million pay-TV households and an estimated 140 million TV households. It is also arguably among the least developed markets for pay-TV, despite these numbers. For example, the number of TV households pales in comparison to the country’s population of 1.2 billion+. Also, India still does not have a digital terrestrial transmission plan, true high definition (HD) programming is limited, average monthly subscription fees are among the lowest in the world, and cell phones outnumber television sets by more than 5:1.