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Cable TV and broadband provider PT LinkNet has extended its partnership with NAGRA to secure its new hybrid broadcast and Android TV-based over-the-top (OTT) service.
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Nagra will provide its cardless technology Protect to support the transition from PT LinkNet’s existing card-based security system.

As a longstanding partner to LinkNet NAGRA was the natural choice when the time came to evolve our platform to a cardless system,” said Desmond Poon, chief product and technology officer, LinkNet. “This transition enables us to seamlessly deliver new services to our subscribers, by combining the best of our broadcast cable platform and the best of an Android TV OTT service.”

Stephane Le Dreau, senior vice president sales & services APAC at NAGRA said: “We’re excited to extend our partnership with LinkNet and help them evolve their systems to a cardless platform fit for hybrid Android TV deployments.

“With the NAGRA Protect, they are able to benefit from a proven security solution that enables them to address the new needs of their customer base and extend their TV services to any screen while giving them the peace of mind that their premium content remains secure on any device, including Android TV,” she added.

The software-based solution uses either NAGRA NOCS (NAGRA on-chip security) or chipset Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs). NAGRA Protect also adheres to MovieLabs requirements for Enhanced Content Protection for distributing 4K/HDR or early-release content. The system also offers a large certified system-on-chip (SOC) and set-top box partner network.