05.04.2005 12:46 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Latens conditional access systems support HD

Latens Systems has announced new HDTV support for its software-based Content and Revenue Protection systems.

An operator can deploy the company’s systems solely for HDTV while continuing to run existing security systems for MPEG-2 SD services. Latens security can also integrate with any HDTV ready set-top boxes already in the field.

Latens security systems employ new IT security techniques and use the power of two-way digital networks to provide next-generation conditional access for broadband and digital cable networks through secure software modules (SSM) in the set-top-box.

For more information, visit www.latens.net.

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