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Three Key Areas Where Analytics Will Grow Your Business

Tue, May 23, 2017 | by Einav Levi

When it comes to driving competitive advantage for operators, TV analytics delivers in three key areas of the content cycle.

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Topics: Analytics, audience measurement, Big Data, contextual experience, Industry, Netflix, Nielsen, TVaaS, TV analytics, VO TVaaS

DRM Solutions and Content Protection in Cloud TV

Mon, Feb 13, 2017 | by Mathieu Harel


While the broadcast industry is finally embracing cloud technologies with enthusiasm, for a long time it was a significant hold out against their adoption. Typically, surveys would cite concerns about content security as the main reason for this skepticism, but the accelerating roll out of DRM Solutions and Content Protection in the cloud-space looks to have finally won over the naysayers. And it is only a slight irony that one of the most effective weapons against piracy is, in fact, cloud-based DRM.

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Topics: Content Protection, DRM, Anti-piracy, cloud TV, Apple Fairplay, Cloud, cloud-based DRM, Cloud TV platform, Connected Sentinel, connected sentinel player, Content Piracy, DRM Solutions and Content Protection, Google Widevine, Industry, Microsoft PlayReady, piracy, TVaaS

Huge Untapped Potential for Local OTT Services

Fri, Jan 13, 2017 | by Sarit Rosenthal-Aviram


Given the coverage they generate, it is tempting to think that the big SVOD players have got OTT services all sewn up and that it is not really worth competing head to head with the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime, especially as they are now available (almost) globally. However, look at the data and you will discover plenty of room for your own services to thrive.

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Topics: OTT, Amazon, Amazon Prime Video, APAC, BritBox, Hulu, India, India TV Market, Industry, Localisation, Netflix, OnPrime TV, SVOD, TVaaS, Voyage TVaaS

2017: A Year of Transformative Change

Thu, Dec 8, 2016 | by Sarit Rosenthal-Aviram


While 2016 has been a tumultuous year on the world stage, for operators it’s been one of positive change. Our CEO, Paul Molinier, looks at the developments in key technologies we can expect to make an impact in 2017.

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Topics: Virtual Reality, OTT, cloud TV, VR, 2017, addressable advertising, Big Data, change, Cloud, cloud migration, data analytics, Disruptors, growth, Industry, it’s safer, It’s smarter, it’s VO, Mobile, mobile tv, Mobile video, Operators, personalisation, Prediction, SVOD, The Cloud, Transformation, transformative, TVaaS

Delivering a Successful Multi screen TV Service - Blog VO

Thu, Mar 17, 2016 | by Merav Cunningham


The current pay-TV market is a remarkably complex and fluid one. It’s a challenging combination of increased competition, new business models, new devices, new technologies, and new players set against a background of accelerating industry consolidation.

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Topics: TV as a Service, OTT, TV Everywhere, VOD, Cable TV, Cloud, COMPASS, Content, Content Discovery, Content service providers, Industry, IPTV, multi-screen, Multiscreen, Over the Top, Pay TV, pay TV operators, Second Screen, security, TVaaS, User Experience, Viaccess-Orca, Voyage, Voyage TVaaS

Televisium - When Content and Context Harmonize to Produce Next Generation TV Services

Mon, Mar 7, 2016 | by Efrat Fenigson


If Content is still truly King, then that King is growing every day.

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Topics: OTT, TV Everywhere, DRM, Amazon, BT sport, COMPASS, competition, Connected Sentinel, Content, context, contextual experience, Industry, Multiscreen, Netflix, primetime, RiGHTv, sky, telcos, TVaaS, TVE

Six Things to Consider When Evaluating Cloud TV Platforms | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Feb 29, 2016 | by Efrat Fenigson


Given the speed with which it has reshaped many industries, including our own media and TV industry, it is fairly astonishing to consider that cloud computing in its modern form is under a decade old. Amazon Web Services announced its Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) in August 2006, thus popularising the term and stating that “Amazon EC2 changes the economics of computing by allowing you to pay only for capacity that you actually use”; Gartner released its influential report Cloud Computing Confusion Leads to Opportunity in June 2008 and said that cloud computing would become as influential as e-business and in the years since we have travelled to the point where,  cloud apps will account for 90% of total mobile data traffic by 2019.

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Topics: OTT, TV Everywhere, cloud TV, Cloud, Cloud TV platform, Content, Content Discovery, Content service providers, Industry, IPTV, multi-screen, Multiscreen, Over the Top, Pay TV, pay TV operators, PayTV, Portfolio, Second Screen, TVaaS, User Experience

ABI Research: VO Ranked #1 in Innovation for Video Middleware

Wed, Feb 17, 2016 | by Merav Cunningham


We were delighted with the results of a free ABI Research report that awarded us the status of Top Innovator for the video middleware market, especially given the respect we have for our competitors in the field.

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Topics: Service Delivery Platform, OTT, TV Everywhere, ABI Research, Cloud, Content service providers, Industry, innovation, innovator, IPTV, middleware, multi-screen, Over the Top, Pay TV, Portfolio, RiGHTv, SDP, time to market, TV Everywhere as a Service, TVaaS, Viaccess-Orca, video middleware, Video SDP, Video Service Platform, Voyage, Voyage TVaaS

TV Everywhere as a Service - Meeting Video Challenges with Greater Agility | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Thu, Feb 11, 2016 | by Merav Cunningham


Our latest white paper looks at the challenges that are being faced by Pay-TV operators in the current market and offers a ready answer in the shape of our new Voyage TV Everywhere as a Service (TVaaS), a comprehensive cloud-based service delivery and management solution.

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Topics: white paper, OTT, TV Everywhere, cloud TV, Cable TV, Cloud, Cloud TV platform, Content service providers, Industry, IPTV, OTT TV, Pay TV, pay TV operators, Portfolio, SDP, TV SDP, TV service delivery platform, TV Service platform, TVaaS, Voyage, Voyage TVaaS

The TV Industry-2016 - The Importance of Personalization

Tue, Jan 5, 2016 | by Efrat Fenigson


In November 2015, the Harvard Business Review published a far-reaching article by David C. Edelman and Marc Singer titled Competing on Customer Journeys that encapsulated well the problems of catching the interest of newly empowered consumers. These, the narrative goes, have become used to mining information resources, abandoning any semblance of brand monogamy in a proactive quest to get the best prices and best services for themselves. Effectively they go on a journey, engaging in an extended consideration and evaluation phase which can lead to a purchase decision or can take them elsewhere.

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Topics: TV Everywhere, content personalization, algorithms, Cable TV, COMPASS, Content Discovery, Content Recommendation, Industry, IPTV, Metadata, Pay TV, pay TV operators, personalisation, personalization, recommendation technology, recommenders, TVaaS, User Experience, UX


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