The collaborative project involves the installation of DRM systems and IPTV Middleware on devices using the Flussonic Media Server broadcasting platform.
The solution is designed to make it easier for operators to offer commercial OTT or IPTV streaming. It supports Live TV, CatchUP, CatchForward, TimeShift, StartOver and VoD.
In addition, the project aims to make the process of data transfer from content producers to users more flexible while facilitating content monetisation for operators and copyright holders.
Cifra is a Russian software integrator and a major equipment supplier specialising in the development and implementation of cutting-edge technologies in areas of digital television, content protection, multimedia services and applications as well as the organisation of turn-key digital broadcasting.
Flussonic has been developing software since 2010 and has established itself as a key player in the video delivery and transcoding market. Its software is used by many Russian and international clients, and its products include Media Server (a server-based solution for video transcoding, storage and delivery), and Watcher (a comprehensive solution for video and IP surveillance with analytical capabilities such as facial and car recognition).
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