Video delivery specialist ATEME says its Kyrion and TITAN Edge solutions remain “inherent” in the development and market adoption of the BISS-CA standard.
The BISS protocol, designed as an open, royalty-free, secure and interoperable conditional access encryption standard was developed in partnership with the EBU as part of a long-standing collaboration with ATEME and other network equipment vendors.
Julien Mandel, Contribution Segment Manager, ATEME said: “At ATEME, we are proud to have worked with the EBU on the creation and development of BISS-CA. It is a great example of how the combined efforts of dedicated professionals can result in driving innovation in the broadcast industry and create an industry-leading and market-recognized solution.”
The encryption standard includes a dynamic rolling key system and can be used on any production equipment from encoders and decoders to multiplexers and transcoders to transmit high value content securely.
ATEME’s IRDs are integrated in the EBU’s Eurovision Services management system and are part of its recent firmware upgrading procedure.