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  • This presentation contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are based on OpenTV management's current expectations and are subject to uncertainty and changes in circumstances. Actual results may differ materially from these expectations due to changes in political, economic, business, competitive, market and regulatory factors. In particular, factors that could cause OpenTV’s actual results to differ include risks related to: market acceptance of interactive television services and applications such as OpenTV’s; delays in the development or introduction of new applications and versions of OpenTV’s service; technical difficulties with networks or operating systems; OpenTV’s ability to manage its resources effectively; changes in technologies that affect the television industry; and the protection of OpenTV’s proprietary information. These and other risks are more fully described in OpenTV’s periodic reports and registration statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and can be obtained online at the Commission's web site at http://www.sec.gov. OpenTV disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

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  • 1.
  • 2. Kudelski Group – History in a nutshell
    Founded in 1951
    A solid reputation built on professional audio
    Over 50 years innovation in media technology
    Today a world leader in digital security
    History in a nutshell…
  • 3. Comprehensive digital TV security
    2,000+ employees
    Converged content protection
    2009 revenues of 1.05B CHF
    Cross-network and cross-media
    Global presence
    Applications & Interactivity
    210MCHF invested in R&D
    Logical & physical access
    Accelerating investment in
    IPTV, hybrid DVB-IPTV & mobile TV
    AT A GLANCE
    STRATEGIC AXES
    BUSINESS LINES
    SMART CARD TECHNOLOGY
    DIGITAL TV SOLUTIONS
    PHYSICAL ACCESS SOLUTIONS
    THE GROUP
    PROFESSIONAL AUDIO & HI-FI
  • 4. RFI
    RFI
    RFI
    Digital Television Business Lines
    TRADITIONAL DTV BUSINESS LINES
    Conditional Access and DRM
    Middleware and User Experience
    Advanced Advertising
    Single Renter
    +$100K
    Married w/Kids
    $50-$75K
    Retired w/RV
    $75-$100K
    AD1 Copy
    AD2 Copy
    AD3 Copy
  • 5. Worldwide customer base
    • Serving over 120 TV operators worldwide
    • 6. Kudelski technologies in more than 200 m STB
    • 7. Exceeding 1B USD revenues
    Polsat (Pol)
    Cyfra+ (Pol)
    Cablecom (CH)
    Teleclub (CH)
    Golden Channels (Isr.)
    Orbit (M-E)
    Etc…
    Premiere (D)
    Kabel Deutschland (D)
    Canal+(F)
    Canal Satellite (F)
    NC Numéricâble (F)
    Canal Digitaal (NL)
    Telenet (B)
    Neuf Cegetel
    Jazztel
    Hansenet
    Etc…
    Digital+ (E)
    SkyItalia (I)
    Virgin Media (UK)
    Sogecable (E)
    TV Cabo (P)
    Mediaset (I)
    Etc…
    Astro (Mal.)
    Hong Kong Cable
    Shanghai Cable (C)
    Beijing Cable TV (C)
    Starhub (Sing.)
    IMCL (India)
    PMSI (Phil.)
    C&M (Kor.)
    Qrix (Kor.)
    EMC (Taiw.)
    Space Com. (Jap.)
    IndoSat (Indon.)
    ZeeTV (India)
    Etc…
    EchoStar
    Bell ExpressVu
    Look Com.
    Microspace
    PanAmSat
    Globecast
    Craig Wireless
    Watch TV
    Atlantic Telecom Cable
    Etc…
    ACOM (Br.)
    Teleserv (Br.)
    TV Show (Br.)
    Supercable (Ven.)
    CBC
    WestStar
    Antilles&Wireless
    Etc…
  • 8. CHANGE DRIVERS, OPPORTUNITIES
    Success Drivers
    Change Drivers
    Our Contribution
    • Leverage 2-way network
    - Federate OTT elements
    Hybrid & OTT
    • Seamless coexistence of card/cardless
    • 9. Most hybrid references in the industry
    • 10. Modular federated architecture
    Multi-Screen
    • Clean decoupling of Home Domain
    • 11. PRM as flexible fan-out into the home
    • 12. Nagra Media Player on PC/Mac
    • 13. Removable security solutions (CI, CI+)
    • 14. Broadest Mobile TV solution
    • 15. Own & control the H-GW
    • 16. Whole content life cycle
    • 17. Horizontal CE devices
    • 18. Cloud- and client-centric
    User Experience (UEX)
    • Innovative multi-screen user experience
    • 19. Extreme flexibility through state-of-the-art run-time environment
    • 20. TV-centric workflow for widgets
    • 21. Relevant advertising
    • 22. Highly intuitive
    • 23. Short innovation cycles
    • 24. Blend web2.0 and TV
    • 25. TV Widgets
  • MONETIZING MEDIA
    END TO END SOLUTIONS
    END TO END SOLUTIONS
    OSS/BSS
    RECOMMENDATIONS
    META DATA
    NAGRA Media DTT
    SERVICES HEADEND
    SECURITY HEADEND
    NAGRA Media DTH
    NAGRA Media STORE
    NAGRA Media STUDIO
    NAGRA Media PRM
    FEDERATED SERVICES
    NAGRA Media CABLE
    NAGRA Media ACCESS
    NAGRA Media CMS
    Eclipse
    NAGRA Media IPTV
    OSF/OMA
    CLK
    ELK
    SLK
    EMBEDDED
    MOBILE
    SOFTWARE
    CARD
    NAGRA Media SDP/IMS
    NAGRA Media MOBILE
    DELIVERY
    USER EXPERIENCE
    CLIENT
    DEVICES
    CONSUMER REALM
    NAGRA Media ON DEMAND
    OpenTV Middleware
    CAM
    NAGRA
    Media Player
    NASC
    OpenTVnX
    NAGRA Media PRM
    NAGRA Media CONNECT
    WIDGETS
  • 26. Marking Time
    Persistent Truths
    10+ years
    Movements
    8-10 years
    Trends
    3-7 years
    Fads
    0-2 years
    1990
    2000
    2010
    8
  • 27. Industry Trends…
    • High Definition Content
    Akin to shift from black & white to color
    Moving from early adoption to mass market
    MPEG2 to MPEG4
    Component to HDMI/HDCP
    • Home Networking/Connected Home
    • 28. Personal content access
    • 29. Personal media players
    • 30. Place shifting
    • 31. Long-tail/broadband content access
    • 32. Multi-room PVR
    • 33. Any content, any device,anywhere
    • 34. On Demand Content
    • 35. Push, pull and streamed VOD
    • 36. Pay-per-view, subscriptions and free VOD
    • 37. Start-over, Catch-Up TV and Network PVR
    • 38. IPTV
    • 39. Telco and hybrid deployments
    • 40. Off-net cable strategies
    • 41. IPTV over DOCSIS
    • 42. Personal Video Recorders
    • 43. Time-shifting becoming a mass market activity
    • 44. PVR is becoming a must have item
    • 45. HD PVR becoming standard
    • 46. Bigger disk, expandable solutions
    9
    9
  • 47. Long Term Market Assumptions
    CONTENT IS STILL KING
    Viewers are overwhelmed with content choices, they need help finding relevant content among all the noise.
    Each viewer has unique content preferences, but premium content continues to drive viewing desires.
    Sophisticated, digital technologies deliver premium content faster and better than ever.
    IT’S PERSONAL
    Viewers build a television identity profile which enables a truly personalized viewing experience.
    Intelligent profiles allow for improved content discovery throughout the network, both global and among friends.
    CONTENT ACCESS ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
    Viewers have the choice to watch WHAT they want, WHEN they want, and WHERE they want.
    Video On Demand surpasses broadcast to become the primary source of content consumption.
    Viewers are able to access their content from any connected device
  • 48. Flexibility is not an option but a requirement – content anytime, anywhere, on any device
    People will still prefer to watch sports, movies, and most dramas as a large screen experience – but only news, sports, award shows, and ‘live’ events will be viewed in ‘real time’.
    There will continue to be the need for a content aggregator –PayTV operators today…could be new players tomorrow
    Content will be funded by advertising delivered through technically enhanced methodology
    Content and Advertising will become more integrated and often inseparable
    Key challenges will include DRM integration, Standardization, and Home Network Infrastructure
    76% of TV Households will be outside the Western world in 2013 – creating a challenging mix of basic and advanced technologies
    11
    Guiding Principles for the next 10 Years
  • 49. Driven By the User Experience Evolution
    CONNECT
    SURF
    SEARCH
    Next Generation Services enable advanced content discovery
    • Complete Search
    Search across all content sources from any connected device.
    • Social Recommendations
    Share and receive recommendations with a community of trusted friends.
    • Content Heatmap
    Access a real-time listing of the most popular content, both globally and among your friends.
    Lots more content choices,
    but too much noise
    Broadcast, On Demand, PVR, Home Network, Web Applications
    Digital, High Definition, Better Search, Time Shifted Viewing, Primitive Recommendations
    Little choice of what to watch,
    when to watch
    Broadcast Only, Standard Def, No Search, No Personalization, No Recommendations