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Unified content security supporting standard definition to 4K Ultra HD

Contego is an all-in-one, off-the-shelf headend for one-way and two-way CAS use cases including multi-DRM support. It can be delivered on-premise, via a private or public cloud, or as a fully managed service.

Handle your content security needs for all distribution technologies, consumer devices and security clients in one unified management system from standard definition to 4K Ultra HD.

Simple and effective

Designed with operational efficiency and cost optimization in mind, Contego has step-by-step wizards to enable easy setup, navigation, configuration and management. With Contego you can effectively enable DVB, IPTV and OTT clients in one, easy-to-use management system.
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Contego-as-a-Service

Deploy Contego quickly and efficiently with the peace of mind that our skilled professionals are monitoring and maintaining your system. Contego “as-a-service” delivers secure DVB, IPTV and OTT video to traditional broadcast devices like set-top boxes, CAMs, and media gateways, as well as tablets, smartphones, smart TVs and hybrid set-top boxes.

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