Verimatrix has rolled out its mobile TV platform that is designed to deliver video content to mobile phones and other mobile Internet devices.

Verimatrix’s VCAS for Mobile TV helps triple- and quadruple-play service operators deliver mobile services with security and digital rights management (DRM), without requiring security hardware. The standards-based offering secures video within home media distribution, streaming or downloaded applications, and mobile broadcasting networks.

Verimatrix said that VCAS for Mobile TV is the only offering designed to take full advantage of the hybrid nature of commercial mobile video platforms, where a mobile TV broadcast network can be combined with an IP data connection via a mobile data network or local Wi-Fi access.

“Pay-TV operators should rightfully expect a content security supplier to support their three-screen approach with one convergent headend system, and we’ve been able to accomplish that with VCAS for Mobile TV,” said Bob Kulakowski, CTO of Verimatrix.

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