A source of innovation

The open source movement has radically transformed software development – and has had a global impact across all business sectors, including the media and entertainment industry. The ability to access a vast array of software modules and the underlying source code has enabled software developers to utilise common functionality, and focus on innovation and value …

IBC 2017: bringing it all together

IBC 2017: bringing it all together

This year’s IBC Show clearly demonstrated the critical need to securely integrate IoT with the broadcast world: from the IoT solution and chipset combinations, to fitting multiple services together for efficiency purposes − everyone needs to have IoT integrated with their broadcast stack and do it without compromising the consumer experience. In the multiscreen world, …

Secure Multiscreen in 2017 – ACCESS’ and Verimatrix’ three-step guide to best in class TV Everywhere

ACCESS’ and Verimatrix’ three-step guide to best in class TV Everywhere

There are more multiscreen services available than ever before and competition among service providers for the eyeballs of consumers is fierce. However, if operators truly want to differentiate themselves from their competitors, they need to offer a service that meets the expectations of their subscribers. In the near future, content consumption will not only be …

IBC 2017: time for ubiquitous content in an IoT world

IBC 2017: time for ubiquitous content in an IoT world

Every year, content providers find new ways to deliver interactive media seamlessly and securely to every device – and the advent of Internet of Things enabled devices is making this choice of device even wider. This leads to an overwhelming number of competing services and subscriptions, which in turn means consumers have to navigate numerous …

HTML5 remains king of the connected entertainment castle

The connected entertainment industry is currently under pressure like never before: there are more devices than ever, but time to market is shrinking – making it virtually impossible for operators to develop services that cater for all screens without spending months in testing before services are truly ready. Unfortunately for operators, the consumer thirst for …