Net Insight, the leading provider of live, interactive and on-demand media transport, today announces that the company has entered a partnership with Verimatrix to bring a unique solution to the market that will enhance end-user experiences of live premium content while preserving the highest security for content owners.
This partnership will give Net Insight and Verimatrix the ability to jointly deliver a world-leading digital rights management (DRM) solution for live OTT that provides a premium end user viewing experience with ultra-fast channel swap times and scalability. The combined solution can handle the future requirements of local, and global live broadcast events.
Verimatrix specializes in securing and enhancing revenue for multi-network, multi-screen digital TV services around the world, and is the number one provider of revenue security for connected video devices globally. The pre-integrated Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS™) for Internet TV solution features multi-format support for OTT services across multiple network types implementing the HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), and MPEG-DASH protocols, for both live (broadcast) and VoD content delivery. In addition, Net Insight also support the Verimatrix ViewRight® Secure Player, which encompasses the capability to license, securely distribute and protect playback of multimedia content a wide range of CE device types.
“The pre-integration of Verimatrix’s revenue security solution with Net Insight’s Sye Live OTT will allow customers to deploy this solution for premium content delivery and significantly reduce time-to-market for content owners, broadcasters and telco OTT providers,” said Per Lindgren, senior vice president Live OTT at Net Insight.
“Net Insight’s Live OTT solution provides a first-rate end user experience,” said Steve Oetegenn, president at Verimatrix. “With the strong growth of premium live OTT content our combined solution hits the market at a very interesting time, helping both operators and content owners to further monetize their premium content rights.”