Conditional Access System
All pay-media operators require a means for ensuring that payment is received in return for the program content they provide. The technical system that achieves this objective is called a Conditional-Access (CA) system.
The definition of Conditional Access is “access is based upon certain condition”. In terms of digital broadcasting, a user gets just what they have ordered for, no more any less. Under a Conditional Access System an authorized receiver can only decrypt the broadcast content. Download PDF
Digital Video Broadcasting
Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) is a set of standards for the digital transmission of video and audio streams, and also data transmission. It distributes data through variety of approaches such as satellite, cables, terrestrial television or terrestrial television handheld ,microwave etc. Download PDF
Service Oriented Architecture
After the dotcom burst, the companies worldwide went on a cost cutting spree. Web services were presented as easy on integration and hence could be used to reduce the total cost of operation. Any one, using SOAP, considered himself/herself to be one of Web service implementers and a candidate for drumming up lower integration costs. Overselling the lower integration costs via Web service route lowered the strategic importance of adopting what is now known as service oriented architecture. Barring a few exceptions, notably an HBR case study1, Web services are still being seen as cost minimizes. This white paper however takes a divergent view. Download PDF
In today’s world you are not just what you know, but how fast you know – speedy access to information is a fundamental facet of communication, especially Business Communication. There are various communication channels between business stakeholders, but the most important is the optimal use of these channels – to do businesses better, faster, cheaper, with innovation and even style and novelty – that is the competitive driver. Download PDF