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Our annual year-end round up is here, and we hope you will take a moment to scroll down to see what our audiences had the biggest reactions to in 2018.

Following our CEO Tom Munro's predictions from the start of the year, it comes as no surprise that content pertaining to the cloud and data analytics were heavily trafficked this year.

More surprising was the volume of click-throughs to our IoT blog posts. Our experts penned a few pieces on the potential role of blockchain to support video distribution and IoT applications, and we even used Pay TV Views to introduce our own distributed ledger technology - Veriteem.

We thank everyone who follows Verimatrix on social media and appreciate you joining us in celebrating several milestones this year, including being named to the Streaming Media Top 50, winning an IBC Award for supporting Econet's first-of-its-kind deployment and, most recently, announcing the Inside Secure acquisition news.

We have lots in store for 2019 and look forward to keeping you in loop right here. 

Happy New Year from all of us to you!

White Papers

  1. The Great Cloud Migration
  2. The Data Imperative 
  3. Econet Media Brings Compelling TV Everywhere Service to Africa

Webinars

  1. Get the Insights You Need from your Video Data
  2. Securing Broadcast Quality Video Workflows in the Cloud
  3. Rethinking Content Distribution

Blogs

  1. How Quantum Computing Will Break Today’s Crypto - And How to Stay Safe
  2. Decentralized Certificate Hierarchies for IoT Devices Using Blockchain Technology
  3. An Honest Look at Blockchain for Video and IoT Applications

YouTube

  1. Verimatrix Product Demos from NAB 2018
  2. Econet Media Brings Compelling TV Everywhere Service to Africa
  3. Rapid TV News Interviews Steve Oetegenn at NAB 2018

 

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