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COMVIE Picks Latens FCAS

Latens Systems has been selected by Norway’s COMVIE to provide Conditional Access security for its IPTV service launching in early 2007

January 9, 2007

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BELFAST, U.K. -- Latens Systems, the leading provider of IPTV Conditional Access, today announces that it has been selected by Norway’s COMVIE to provide Conditional Access security for its IPTV service launching in early 2007. After an extensive evaluation process, COMVIE chose Latens FCAS and Latens VOD Encryption engine for the security of its live TV and VOD services.

“We chose FCAS because Latens could demonstrate the best combination of functionality and future proofing in a cost-effective IPTV CA solution,” says Morten Støvre, CEO, COMVIE. “A particularly attractive feature of FCAS is that it provides the same ‘no compromise’ security that Latens has designed for the world’s largest Pay-TV operators. This means that we can demonstrate to our content partners that we are at least as secure as any Pay-TV operator, making it much easier for us to gain access to the highest-quality content.”

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