Verimatrix Promotes Cloud Products at NAB 2019

Verimatrix, now owned by France’s Inside Secure, showcased its spectrum of cloud-based products and services at NAB 2019, combining security with analytics capabilities.

Verimatrix focused on its ability to offer security with trusted insights from head-end to viewing device, while also hinting at how it will strengthen its portfolio in conjunction with its new French parent.

The company aims to demonstrate how operators can exploit efficiencies and inherent flexibility of cloud-based workflows. Illustrating the product synergies of the newly combined company, Verimatrix will be highlighting an expanded and strengthened MultiRights OTT multi-DRM package, offered as a cloud service or an on-premise deployment. Combining the Verimatrix multi-DRM solution, featuring harmonized rights management, with Inside Secure’s Content Protection Client and Code Protection the newly merged company claims it can provide more complete end-to-end protection of premium pay TV content than before.

For content providers, connected content distribution services will also be on display. nTitleMe is a cloud-based SaaS that streamlines content provider-operator relationships with a single integration for subscriber authentication, allowing subscribers to log-in once for a TV Everywhere experience. RightsConnex is an “encrypt once, deliver everywhere” distribution package that improves security, visibility and control over the content distribution and management operations within a cloud-based video workflow.

Verimatrix also demonstrated watermarking-as-a-service with its server-side StreamMark and StreamMark Origin solutions for video-on-demand (VoD) content.

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