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MPEG-DASH: Global Unification of Internet Streaming Video

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MPEG-DASH, a new international standard for IP streaming video, is destined to become a technical cornerstone of our Internet video future. In July, the first large-scale demonstration of MPEG-DASH occurred at the London Olympics, courtesy of Belgian broadcaster VRT.

The next generation of multi-screen, TV-Everywhere services depends on delivering the requested content to any device with optimal speed and quality. To address this, the Moving Picture Expert Group (MPEG) has recently developed and ratified a standard for adaptive streaming over the Internet known as MPEG-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP). Adobe, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Akamai, Harmonic, Thomson, Verimatrix and many other companies are working together in the recently created DASH Industry Forum to promote the widespread adoption of the MPEG-DASH standard.

MPEG-DASH will affect:

Consumers – A much richer video experience and greater content availability to multiple devices, from your 50” living room screen to your PC, tablet and smartphone.

Markets - Accelerated market growth, interoperability among software and hardware components, and lower cost of delivery.

Technologies – The potential to supplant existing proprietary technologies such as Apple HLS, Microsoft Smooth Streaming, and Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming.

Content Publishers - A single set of media files to play on all DASH-compatible devices.

Technical experts from Microsoft, Akamai, InterDigital, Qualcomm and Verimatrix explain how MPEG-DASH works and what it means for billions of consumers and devices in our global, mobile video future.

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  • Verimatrix: digital TV securityNiels Thorwirth advanced technology such as Digital watermarking and in home distribution6825 Flanders Drive San Diego, CA, 92121nthorwir@verimatrix.com
  • Head quarteredin San Diego with world wide officesCustomers 590+ operator customers in 80+ countries,– protecting more than 25M screens and $5B+ revenue on IPTV, DVB and OTT devicesPartners More than 110 ecosystem channel & integration partners Ericsson, Huawei, Technicolor and ZTEPrivately funded-- Our technology Revenue security solutions for multi-network, multi-screen applications:DVB one-way & hybrid, IPTV and Internet TV to STBs, PCs, connected TVs, web tablets and mobile devices__Need to evaluate and embrace new standards according to market needs i.e. client devices count - try to make content publishes feel familiar with itexperience while implementation of DASHUnified head end – unified client Implementation of security standards as part of our task to keep up with developmentrequired to support more devices and distribution channels that’s our interest in DASH not something we are driving but supporting as much as necessaryour focus is on reducing complexity to the operator with unification of the headend and increasing the security in the client Clear derivation from existing standards- does not try to reinvent the wheel supprt HLS and PlayReady
  • Sharing experience we have made implementing DASH We found the DRM component is well thought out in several relevant aspects for DRM There is a clear separation between encryption and encryption parameters and documented channels for DRM information. Need proprietary components to avoid scale and single point of failure and allow for individual updatesClear information flow between components--Useful additions provided by DASH IF
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    • 1. Niels ThorwirthExec. Dir. AdvancedTechnologyVerimatrix, IncDASH DRM Provider6825 Flanders Drive, San Diego, CA, 92121nthorwir@verimatrix.com
    • 2. Verimatrix Verimatrix specializes in securing digital TV: cable, satellite, terrestrial, IPTV and OTT Implementation of security standards according to market demands Unification of an increasingly complex environment  MultiRights Head End  ViewRight ONE Client Copyright © 2012 Verimatrix, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 2
    • 3. Verimatrix DASH Experience Taking best practices of adaptive streaming:  For separation of common encryption and DRM specific information  For modules and interfaces - allowing reuse of OS, device, backend, and encoder components Useful additions:  Guidelines for implementation alternatives  Help to navigate the standards Copyright ©2012 Verimatrix, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 3

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