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IBC: Conax reveals new brand

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Norwegian firm Conax, a provider of content protection solutions, has introduced its new brand and an updated approach which involves providing expertise and best-of-breed integrated solutions to clients, in addition to its conditional access (CA) products.

The company describes itself as now being focused on guiding long-term customers keen to define a new roadmap for launching advanced services – ensuring while taking these new steps that their business and content revenues are secure.

“What happens when content and audience connect is an everyday magic we all experience,” continues Morten Solbakken. “By protecting that connection, Conax helps keep the entertainment and media ecosystem viable. That is sustaining magic – it captures the essence of what we do and our strategy moving into the future.”

Conax reports that it is developing pre-integrated solutions to help customers succeed in an increasingly dynamic and complex markets, and adds that the world is still only 30-40% digitized, meaning that there is still a lot of business opportunity within DTV markets.

Earlier this week Conax announced a cooperation with Finnish operator DNA for a comprehensive multiscreen pilot, as well as the launch of the world’s first integrated CI+ Module together with SMIT Corporation, bundling a CI+ Module and smart card chip into one single, integrated and pre-paired solution – “a smart card for the TV”.

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