Juan Fernandez Gonzalez | 06-09-2013
Uruguay's pay-TV operator TCC has selected Verimatrix to provide revenue security for its multi-network and multiscreen offering.
TCC will deploy the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS) and its different solutions for IPTV, Internet TV and DVB, in order to secure its networks from a common key management platform.
TCC started offering an over-the-top (OTT) and video-on-demand (VOD) service, TCC Vivo, from the end of 2012. The platform is available through the Korean company Kaon's DVB set-top boxes, which since August have run in an independent system developed for interactive TVs by the Swedish company Zenterio.
TCC Vivo is also a TV everywhere platform, which, according to Verimatrix, calls for a robust and flexible revenue security solution that can enable content delivery and monetisation spanning multiple networks, managed from a single security authority. "TCC is dedicated to delivering content, no matter what network is needed and no matter which device is preferred by the subscriber," said Javier Ruete, TCC's CEO.
"As pay-TV in Latin American continues to boom, and hybrid network configurations become increasingly popular, the need for multi-network revenue security has never been greater," said Steve Oetegenn, chief sales and marketing officer, Verimatrix. "Verimatrix can help savvy operators such as TCC execute on their multiscreen strategies by enabling them to cast a much wider net with their service offerings."
Verimatrix will also bring its security solutions to IBC 2013, which will be held in Amsterdam from 13-17 September.