SMIT integrates CI+ 1.3 CAM with Samsung TVs for DTH in IndiaWednesday, November 5th, 2014
SMiT Corporation (SMiT) Launches the FIRST CI PLUS SECURITY CAM Associate with Samsung in India
- CAM with IDTV brings enhanced user experience and freedom from set-top boxes
HONG KONG — SMIT (HK) Limited announced the launch of the First CI PLUS SECURITY CAM associated with SAMSUNG for the Indian market.
SMIT, the global-leading CAM provider for secure distribution of paid content and Samsung, one of the largest TV manufacturers in the world, today announced a collaboration aimed at integrating SMIT’s Advanced Security CI+ 1.3 CAM with Samsung iDTV (Integrated Digital Television) for India’s DTH market. SMIT and Samsung developed the solution which fulfills all India DTH sector policies including fingerprinting.
The CI+ 1.3 CAM is integrated with high level security technology; end-users can watch encrypted TV programs with no STB, and operators will minimize their costs by skipping the STB while ensuring a highly secure transmission. Additionally, the CAM fully complies with the CI+ 1.3 standard to support a rich experience without STB and even support HD and UHD if the operator’s HD/UHD content is available.
Powered by HD technology, Samsung iDTV and SMIT CAM create a more immersive viewing experience coupled with an intuitive user interface giving customers greater control of their entertainment experience.
Developed following extensive R&D, the iDTV + CAM is a smart solution that not only enables a hassle free TV setup that has fewer wires but will also assists in the reduction of signal loss (compared with a set-top-box). IDTV offers a single remote solution powered by an intuitive user guide.
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