Verimatrix, a specialist in powering the modern connected world, has announced that Ontario, Canada-based SSIMWAVE is one of its latest customers to integrate Verimatrix Code Protection technology.
“Verimatrix has a lengthy and successful history in the media and entertainment space, so it made sense to turn to their code protection technologies,” said Peter Olijnyk, Vice President of Engineering at SSIMWAVE. “When you’re protecting the core foundation of your platform, Verimatrix’s transparent and timely process for getting up and running – not to mention in about a day or so – was reassuring and provides peace of mind for SSIMWAVE and our customers.”
“As an Emmy award-winning technology provider recognised for significantly impacting television technology and engineering, SSIMWAVE knows it’s critical to choose the best possible security partner to protect our patented technologies against decompiling and inspection techniques frequently used by cybercriminals,” Olijnyk continued. “Video creators and streaming providers need to manage any degradations in video quality due to compression and other factors – and SSIMWAVE’s SSIMPLUS algorithm uniquely helps measure and understand that degradation and find the balance between cost savings and delivering the quality that viewers expect. In today’s world of everywhere entertainment, that’s highly valuable technology that demands proven protection. Verimatrix’s Code Protection technology, ease of integration and customer service were excellent.”
“With core technologies that have helped power many of the biggest names in entertainment for decades, Verimatrix is pleased to now announce integrations of our Code Protection technology into platforms that service other areas of the video user experience,” said Asaf Ashkenazi, Chief Operating Officer and President at Verimatrix. “We see working with leaders such as SSIMWAVE as a natural progression for our business – helping protect the IP of fellow innovators within the vast media and entertainment space. Verimatrix understands the necessity of properly marrying user experience and IP integrity.”