06.03.2005 08:00 AM
Nagravision releases push VOD service over DVB

Nagravision has launched its end-to-end push video-on-demand security solution for digital video broadcasting networks over the Premiere network in Germany.

The Nagra DVR Push Content-on-Demand secures Premiere’s new VOD service PREMIERE DIRECT+, the Premiere home video rental store, which enables subscribers to get up to 30 movies per week downloaded on to the Premiere Digital Recorder (PDR). The movies are downloaded onto the hard-drive via a push video-on-demand system that operates via satellite. After the order via phone, text message or Internet, the movies are available for the viewer during 24 hours. Movie watching can be paused, rewound, fast-forwarded, viewed in slow motion and seamlessly resumed at will.

Nagra DVR Push Content-on-Demand is a complete end-to-end solution for operators wishing to provide transaction-based content-on-demand on digital video recorders.

For more information, visit www.nagra.com.

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