RSCRYPTO announces availability on Mstar chips

Sunday, November 19th, 2017 
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CHENGDU, China — RSCRYPTO, a pioneering provider of new generation Conditional Access Security (CAS), SypherMedia International (SMI), a security technology company specializing in secure SoC BlackBox Programming and Key Management Systems, and MStar Semiconductor, Inc., a leading global semiconductor company for display and digital home solutions, today announced the completion of RSCRYPTO PHI CAS 2.5 integration into Mstar K1, K5, K7 series Chip, supporting SMI’s Key derivation architecture.

“We actually found two interesting things happening:

Country level – Governments of Countries, such as India, South Africa, China, USA, had launched RFP/debate regarding STB interoperability, though still long way to go. Obviously if network operators are not able to enable STB interoperability among several CAS within their own network, national wide STB interoperability would never fly. We believe more and more countries would pay attention to this aspect regulation.

Industry level – Merger and consolidation are accelerating in DVB networks domain, not only cable network industry but also extending to Satellite network industry, taking example of Dish TV-Videocon D2H merge & possible Tata Sky-Airtel deal in India. This is to be the trend due to more pressure from OTT & IPTV. We fully believe that key derivation architecture based new generation CAS could play an important role in this big migration,” said Levent Le, COO and CO-Founder of RSCRYPTO.

“We sincerely appreciate our partner SMI and Mstar’s professional support during the whole integration, and pleased to present wider variety of choices to our customers. With chip availability of Mstar, a global leading STB chip vendor, we hope to serve oversea market better.”

Links: RSCRYPTO; MStar Semi; SypherMedia International