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Security Specialist Conax to Reveal Success Behind 10 Years and 24 Million Secure Set-Top-Boxes in Indian Pay-TV Market

Conax Leveraging Its Success to Guide Indian Operators in Meeting Digitization Demands, With Content Protection for All Sizes of Operations and Positioning for Future Services and Business Models - Including Several Key New Customers

DELHI, INDIA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/09/13 -- Conax, global provider of leading solutions for securing multi-device and digital TV services, today announced it is inviting the media, customers and partners to a feature event at the 21st Convergence India in Delhi to highlight the 10th anniversary of Conax Access Systems Private Limited in India and the key factors that have created the company's market-leading success. The company entered the India pay-TV market already in 2001 with a local sales office, and established its Indian subsidiary in 2003 - a market-leading success story for the Norwegian content security provider.

-According to Conax CEO, Morten Solbakken, "Conax' India success is a result of dedication to pay-TV operators in India, a pioneering approach to the needs of the market and its renowned open partnering policy for secure set-top-boxes for pay-TV operators. Conax has been a pioneer in the India pay-TV market and is here to guide operators in digitization and positioning their market position into the future with digital services and new, exciting solutions, such as multiscreen and hybrid client devices.

An early player in the Indian pay-TV market, the company boasts a client device strategy that has led to strong long-term relationships with Indian pay-tv operators including delivery of 24 million security-certified devices through a strategic network of set-top-box partners secured by Conax conditional access solutions. At the Convergence India event, Conax will share the secret to its India success and continued strategy for leading Indian pay-TV operators into an exciting digitized future through an expert advisory role and the Conax Contego™ portfolio of solutions to help operators' future growth requirements

INVITATION: Marking 10 years & 24 million secure devices in India!
We are pleased to invite the media, our customers, partners and friends to join us in celebrating these very exciting milestones including a market success recap from Conax management, followed by a celebration and reception for guests.

  • Thursday, January 17th, 4-6 pm
  • 21st Convergence India, New Delhi
  • Conax stand # C-55 Hall 18

21st Convergence India panel: "Next-Gen Television - Opportunities for Cable TV operators"
Join the Convergence India Conference for the exiting panel debate on January 17th, 11.30 - 13.00 including panelist and security expert, Tor Helge Kristiansen, Product Management Director, Conax.

Visit Conax at the exhibition to learn more about protecting valuable TV content and multiscreen content for capitalizing on digitization and future growth. Conax will demonstrate the flexible, scalable Conax Contego™ CAS solution as well as the pre-integrated Conax Xtend Multiscreen™ solution, tailored to provide a secure and user friendly multiscreen experience.

About Conax (www.conax.com)

Conax provides the future-oriented security solutions and expertise that empower multi-screen digital TV content providers around the globe to deliver premium content over the combined Over-The-Top scenario of broadcast, broadband and connected devices securely and eliminate potential revenue threats. Conax Contego™ portfolio of solutions furnish content providers, cable, satellite, IP, mobile and terrestrial operators with solutions that offer a competitive advantage - reduced hardware costs, easy deployment and upgrade, including the new Conax Xtend Multiscreen™ together with partners. Conax flagship, Conax Contego™, bundles 25 years of pioneering experience into one unique solution to guide operators in navigating and realizing new business models. Through its benchmark policy for security-evaluated client devices and strategic partner network, Conax technology secures content for operators representing 125 million pay TV consumers in over 80 countries around the globe.

ISO 9001 & 27001 certified, Conax is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, and represented in Russia, Germany, Brazil, USA, Canada, Mexico, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, China, Singapore, with 24/7 Global Support operations in India. Conax is part of Telenor Group who has operations in 11 markets, 33.000 employees, 150 million mobile subscriptions and is among the world's largest mobile operators. Corporate responsibility. Follow Conax on Twitter

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