CONSAT to use SmarDTV’s CAMs in Nigeria

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Nigerian operator CONSAT is set to enhance its direct-to-home service with Kudelski-owned SmarDTV’s conditional access modules (CAM).

SmarDTV CAM modules embed the latest generation of NAGRA anyCAST content protection. After a successful 2014 launch using anyCAST, and following the continued adoption of digital TV services in Nigeria, the operator’s pay-TV service, CONSAT TV, will soon be available to any owner of an Integrated Digital Televisions (IDTVs) incorporating a CI+ interface.

“CONSAT will become the satellite platform of choice for low to middle income earners in Nigeria,” explains Mayokun Okunola, CEO of CONSAT. “Operating from Nigeria with cutting edge technology, CONSAT services are affordable and provide compelling content for viewers. iDTVs with satellite tuners combined with a conditional access module is an attractive way to provide a high-quality service encouraging customers towards digital TV.”

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