Verimatrix, GoBackTV team up for IPTV security

October 2007
CED;Oct2007, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on cooperation between Verimatrix and GoBackTV to development a solution that bypasses the old cable modem termination systems (CMTSs) in an Internet Protocol video architecture in the U.S. Verimatrix incorporated its video content authority system (VCAS) with GoBackTV's CMTS Bypass to make VCAS for Cable IPTV. According to Verimatrix, VCAS for Cable IPTV accomplishes the separable security mandate of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).


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