SDMC partners with NAGRA and Amlogic
November 9, 2022
SDMC, an Android TV solution provider, together with NAGRA, a Kudelski Group company and independent provider of content protection and multiscreen television solutions, and Amlogic, a fabless semiconductor company and system-on-a-chip (SoC) provider, have jointly launched an ultra-secure Android TV Solution leveraging NAGRA content protection technology for pay-TV operators.
The joint end-to-end solution is based on a 4K IPTV set-top box powered by Amlogic S905C2 SoC and runs on Android TV, with the integrated NAGRA Connect security client, enabling operators to accelerate the deployment of Android TV™ based services, deliver an innovative TV experience to subscribers while securing their revenue and business models.
“We’re delighted to work closely with NAGRA and Amlogic to deploy Android TV set-top-boxes for operators with an accelerated time-to-market and advanced security.” Ryan Yan, Senior VP of Sales Department at SDMC Technology, said, “As the Google-licensed Android TV STB partner, we have full experience of commercial deployments of Android TV and are continuing to develop and provide the innovative and tailored solutions for our customers.”
Sebastian Kramer, Senior Vice President, Business Development & Product Management at NAGRA said, “As our customers seek cost-effective ways of delivering fast-to-market content aggregation solutions, we’re delighted to be working with SDMC, a leading Google licensed STB company, and Amlogic to bring to market this ultra-secure Android TV solution using market-leading NAGRA content protection technology. ”
James Xie, Senior Vice President of Corporate Business Strategy, at Amlogic, said, “Content security has become a trending topic for the pay-TV market. We are working with NAGRA and SDMC to provide pay-TV operators with an ultra-advanced security solution, ensuring the highest levels of security to meet the increasingly demand for premium content, while delivering the great multimedia experience to their subscribers.”