Company Overview of Smardtv SA
Smardtv SA designs and manufactures interchangeable modules and associated enabling technologies that provide access to scrambled television services for subscribers in Switzerland and internationally. It offers conditional access module (CAM) ecosystems, tools, adapters, chips, and software to help consumer electronic device manufacturers and TV operators to enable end-users to access pay-TV content on televisions, personal computers, mobile phones, and portable devices. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Cheseaux-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland. It has development and sales offices in La Ciotat and Rennes, France; Ismaning, Germany; Milan, Italy; Moscow, the Russian Federation; Kore...
Rte. De Genève 22
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Smardtv SA
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Smardtv SA Key Developments
SES, S.A., SmarDTV and Samsung to Demonstrate First Ultra HD CAS-Protected Broadcast Service Using DVB Standards
Sep 11 14
SES, SmarDTV and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. announced that they will be demonstrating the first end-to-end encrypted Ultra HD content -- via an SES satellite to a Samsung Ultra HD TV by using a SmarDTV CI Plus CAM module -- at the IBC 2014 in Amsterdam. The demonstration will mark a major milestone for the Ultra HD broadcast chain, as it is the first time that a full 3,840x2,160 pixel CAS protected Ultra HD signal in HEVC will be decrypted by a standard SmarDTV CI Plus Module and rendered on Samsung Ultra HD TV models. This opens the door for pay-TV service providers to directly access the new UHD TV Sets that are being rapidly adopted by consumers around the world. The Ultra HD content will be broadcast live from an SES satellite at the orbital position of 19.2 degrees East using DVB UHD Phase 1 signaling specifications.
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