On show at IBC is Viaccess-Orca’s multi-DRM suite, claimed to provide pay-TV operators with flexible and scalable possibilities for securing premium content on any device and in any delivery format. With the recent acquisition of Squadeo’s multimedia QuickPlayer, Viaccess-Orca said it allows operators to securely deliver live and VoD content on PC, Mac and connected mobile devices including Android and iOS.
The Connected Sentinel multi-DRM backend platform is currently in use by more than 30 operators around the world and has, according to the company, been successfully deployed on 4K STBs for IPTV offerings.
The real-time breach detection capabilities of Connected Sentinel DRM, which is based on machine learning algorithms, constitute a natural addition to Viaccess-Orca’s content protection product portfolio, it notes. At IBC, the company is demonstrating what it says are real-time actionable insights that a content security analyst can extract from the analytics console of the Connected Sentinel DRM solution.
Also being showcased is what the company describes as a new-generation solution for anti-piracy protection that it says has already attracted a lot of interest among operators, allowing them to combat illegal streaming on the web with real KPIs.