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Securing hybrid Android TV deployments

LinkNet, a cable TV and broadband network provider from Indonesia, is transiting from card-based to cardless systems with support from Nagra, a content security provider.

Desmond Poon, chief product and technology officer, LinkNet, said that the transition would enable seamless delivery of new services to subscribers, by combining the best of the company’s cable platform with Android TV OTT service.

Leveraging on-chip security and chipset TEE (Trusted Execution Environments), Nagra is able to provide added security to LinkNet for distribution of 4K/HDR content while adhering to MovieLabs requirement.

Furthermore, Nagra Protect has the largest certified system-on-chip (SoC) options, thereby enabling service providers to enjoy flexibility when selecting the chip and set-top box that best fits their business model.

Stephane Le Dreau, senior vice-president, Sales & Services APAC, Nagra, exclaimed: “We’re excited to extend our partnership with LinkNet and help them evolve their systems to a cardless platform fit for hybrid Android TV deployments.

“With Nagra Protect, they are able to benefit from a proven security solution that enables them to address the new needs of their customer base and extend their TV services to any screen while giving them the peace of mind that their premium content remains secure on any device, including Android TV.”

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