Dish TV selects Verimatrix for DTH service security

Verimatrix and DishTVDish TV India has selected Verimatrix to provide card-less security for its DTH service offerings.

DishTV, Asia’s largest DTH video service provider and the only DTH operator to operate through three satellites, will use the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS) for DVB, as part of its revenue security measures. DishTV competes with TataSky and Airtel digital.

“Our infrastructural and technological edge allows us to continually develop new innovations and revolutionize our service offerings, so it has become crucial that our revenue security measures are robust yet flexible enough to keep pace,” said V K Gupta, COO at DishTV.

VCAS for DVB offers a modern approach to multi-device streaming as video service providers like DishTV redefine their pay-TV services. The solution is compliant to DVB standards and pre-integrated with a range of partner headend and software systems.

“Dish TV has established itself as the pioneer in the Indian DTH broadcast industry, and VCAS for DVB is designed to adapt to any scenario it may face as the Indian pay-TV industry continues to undergo rapid transformation,” said Steve Oetegenn, president of Verimatrix.