The CAM device, based on SMIT’s latest secure chipset, integrates with the CryptoGuard cardless solution. SMIT said that the launch of the CryptoGuard cardless CAMs would enable operators to reduce the cost of deploying CAMs and provide a plug-and-play solution for market.
The CAM integrates the latest CI Plus 1.4 and ECP technology, enabling 4K services to be deployed via the device, which is embedded with the CryptoGuard security solution.
“We are pleased to cooperate with SMIT to provide a high-grade security to the new cardless CAM. We will keep our longstanding working relationship with SMIT and provide innovative and consumer-oriented CAM solution to the market,” said Kjell Carlswärd, CEO of CryptoGuard.
“We are pleased to partner with CryptoGuard to have more advanced CryptoGuard CAM product in our portfolio, with this cardless solution, I believe we can expand more markets together with CryptoGuard,” said Brenda Bai, VP of SMIT.
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