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NAGRA Broadcast Client

NAGRA Broadcast Client is a market-proven Tier-1 customer, one-way broadcast security client. It enables advanced broadcast business models and a full portfolio of security features which are the cornerstones of premium broadcast TV. Extremely flexible and scalable, NAGRA Broadcast Client provides a host of customisation options and supports operations up to several millions of subscribers. It can seamlessly run any type of security clients, including smart cards, cardless security and TVkey.

NAGRA cardless security client

NAGRA Protect is a cardless-without-compromise security client. Providing an unprecedented level of security for a software-based solution, leveraging either NAGRA NOCS (NAGRA on-chip security) or chipset TEEs, NAGRA Protect adheres to MovieLabs requirements for Enhanced Content Protection for distributing 4K/HDR or early-release content. With the largest certified SOC and set-top box partner network, NAGRA allows for the most suitable solution and pricing for every operator.
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NAGRA smart cards

NAGRA Guard smart cards deliver top of the line of hardware-based security, being continuously developed and updated to withstand even the most advanced hack attempts. Utilising proprietary NAGRA technologies, they support practically any business features in the market and enable use of sophisticated countermeasures. Secure software renewability and an upgrade path to the ultimate NAGRA Command smart cards further increase security and flexibility of NAGRA Guard smart cards.

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