Verimatrix Buys Conditional Access

The video security company acquires Comvenient, a developer of DVB conditional access technology

March 31, 2011

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SAN DIEGO -- Verimatrix, the specialist in securing and enhancing revenue for multi-screen digital TV services, today announced the acquisition of Comvenient GmbH, a premier developer of DVB conditional access (CA) technology. Verimatrix and Comvenient have been long-term partners in the development of the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS™) for DVB security solution, and the acquisition greatly expands the company’s ability to penetrate this market with an innovative approach to traditional CA technologies for digital TV operators around the globe. The new relationship provides the framework for the seamless integration and marketing of Comvenient’s DVB technology and expertise within the Verimatrix multi-network solutions architecture.

Comvenient has a distinguished record in the security industry and has supplied advanced DVB CA systems to more than 100 operators since the company was formed in 2003. The company entered into a strategic relationship with Verimatrix in November of 2008 to generate cross product synergies. Through the acquisition, Verimatrix is able to market an expanded range of DVB security solutions within the VCAS family with the goal of providing secure and scalable solutions for a wide range of platforms.

Verimatrix Inc.

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