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Conax Notches India Cable Wins

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NEW DELHI -- Conax, global provider of leading solutions for securing multi-device and digital TV services, is celebrating 10 years of success in the Indian pay-TV market today with a press briefing at 21st Convergence India highlighting the company's key success factors in the country. According to Conax President and CEO, Morten Solbakken, the company's dedication to pay-TV operators in India, personal service and pioneering approach to the needs of the market and not least its renowned open partnering policy for secure set-top-boxes are among key factors in the company's continuing growth in India and around the globe. Conax' 24/7 global support center is well-positioned in the heart of Delhi, with highly skilled professionals and tools including the very successful Operational Security Services that Conax provides to a number of key operators. An early player in India, Conax has grown together with Indian operators and the pay-TV market. The company boasts an open client device strategy that has led to strong long-term relationships and the continuing confidence of Indian pay-tv operators, including delivery of nearly 25 million security-certified devices through a strategic network of set-top-box partners secured by Conax conditional access solutions. The company's client device strategy has brought to market a broad range of security-evaluated set-top-boxes and choice of vendors for operators, ensuring that operators can choose the best devices and price range for their operations and are not locked into a single vendor. "Conax' focus on India continues to secure new commitments and partnerships, confirms Morten Solbakken, President and CEO, Conax. We won several new customers and very large contracts in 2012 and have more in the pipeline - operators looking to capitalize on the opportunities provided by Conax' secure, forward-thinking digital content solutions. Our existing customers are also growing at an amazing pace, helped by the robustness and scalability of our products. Conax continues to strengthen an already exceptional record in providing high quality, flexible solutions that supports and enable all sizes of operations in their growth". Conax AS

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