Brazilian MSO SimTV selects Conax for digitization of cable TV operations

 

Conax announced it has entered a contract with Brazilian
cable TV operator, SimTV.

 

Conax will deliver a high-end content protection solution
for SimTV’s cable TV service and guidance for the digitization of the
operator’s 16 remote sites throughout the country.

 

Owned by BandTV, SimTV’s Canal 17 already serves about 50
municipalities and covers a population of 1,101,175 million households
providing a market ripe with key growth opportunities.

 

In the new offering, Conax
security-evaluated client devices from Jiuzhou will be deployed on the SimTV
platform.

 

“SimTV is confident in its choice of Conax, a
strong, stable security partner, to protect and enhance our business as it
grows. We believe that Conax’ broad experience within digitization and our
close cooperation will make a strong partnership for maximizing SimTV’s new
opportunities and securing future business models,” said Carlos Vaisman,
president, SimTV.

 

“We are very proud that leading MSO, SimTV, has
selected Conax for its long term security partner,” says Ricardo Pirola,
VP Latin America, Conax.

 

Conax will provide SimTV’s operations with expertise and
guidance to ensure a prosperous digitization process. In its close cooperation
with the SimTV team, Conax aims to provide the support and additional knowledge
to enhance SimTV’s ambitious growth strategy and harness its potential in the
rapidly growing Brazilian market.

 

By Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]

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