GTPL Hathway ropes in Verimatrix for secure Android TV rollout

GTPL Hathway ropes in Verimatrix for secure Android TV rollout

Verimatrix VCAS will provide protection for GTPL’s Google Android TV-based DVB hybrid STB.


Mumbai: Digital cable TV and broadband service provider GTPL Hathway Ltd (GTPL) has announced its partnership with Verimatrix leveraging the latter’s Video Content Authority System (VCAS) to protect its Google Android TV-based DVB hybrid set top box.

Verimatrix (Euronext Paris: VMX) helps power the modern connected world with people-centered security. Verimatrix VCAS is designed as a future-proof and scalable security solution for premium video content. Its DVB Hybrid offers GTPL a combination of protection and flexibility as delivery methods expand and evolve throughout India.

“Verimatrix is a time-tested content security leader in the market that offers unprecedented ease of deployment and gives us the confidence that we will be ready to easily adapt as our offerings progress," said GTPL Hathway MD Anirudhsinh Jadeja. "By selecting Verimatrix as our security provider, we gain much more than just studio compliant protection – GTPL gains enhanced workflow and integration options as well as the reliability that we’re ready to rapidly scale up new subscribers across our areas of operation, to any additional devices we choose later, with a single security platform.”

"We are extremely pleased to announce GTPL Hathway as one of our latest customers,” stated Verimatrix COO and president Asaf Ashkenazi. “GTPL’s large customer base in India is provided a frictionless premium entertainment experience while their operators harness the full power of Verimatrix’s security innovations and award-winning customer support behind the scenes – ensuring GTPL is armed with the peace-of-mind it demands today and the performance and scalability it expects for tomorrow.”