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Latens and Amino Integrate to Provide a Secured Next Generation Set-Top Box


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Latens and Amino Integrate to Provide a Secured Next Generation Set-Top Box

Belfast & Cambridge, UK, November 15, 2004: Latens and Amino today announce the integration of Latens Content & Revenue protection systems and Amino's set-top box architecture. The integration will provide IPTV operators with a proven and reliable system that combines next generation, software-based content protection with Amino's cutting edge set-top box solutions. This joint solution ensures that content owners can be confident that their property is protected while the operator has the greatest possible flexibility in business models as well as reducing set-up and running costs. Initially, the integration will cover Amino's AmiNET110 range of IPTV set-top boxes, but will expand to encompass PVR and home networking solutions.

“We've integrated our technology with Amino because, as a world-class technology provider, it's crucial that we work with other world leaders, such as Amino, to make it even easier for operators choose our Content & Revenue Protection,” says Andy Mathieson, Director, Latens. “The Amino integration has progressed quickly and easily and I'm now looking forward to our first joint customer.”

“We believe that working with Latens makes a lot of sense as both companies provide solutions for IPTV that go beyond those of existing providers,” says Mike Greenall, VP Marketing of Amino. “A solution comprising our set-top box with a content & revenue protection system from Latens means that operators have the power and flexibility to deploy new services and business models without being hampered by legacy architectures.”

About Latens Systems Ltd
Latens is a privately held company based in Belfast, Northern Ireland with offices in London, UK and Atlanta, USA. Founded by broadcast technology experts, Latens' sole mission is to provide the industry's leading software-based Content & Revenue Protection Systems for pay-TV and IPTV operators, as software security replaces legacy Conditional Access (CA) technology.

Latens uses Secure Software Modules to maximize security and minimize the risk of attack. Latens technology has the added benefit that it is easily extended to provide security for the PVR and multiple set-top boxes. Latens business benefits include lower implementation and running costs, increased business flexibility and major cash-flow advantages.

For more information, please visit: www.latens.net

About Amino
Amino Communications (www.aminocom.com) is a designer and supplier of electronic systems and consultancy, specialising in products for digital broadcast and on-demand TV, IPTV (telco triple-play applications), and in-home multimedia distribution. The Amino range of small, low cost, high functionality set-top boxes and gateway products is designed for consumer applications in telecom, satellite and digital terrestrial broadcast markets, as well as on-demand systems for hotels and hospitality markets, healthcare, retail and education. Amino also provides systems consultancy, and partners with world-leading companies in content aggregation, middleware, conditional access, and head-end systems.

Amino Communications is part of Amino Technologies PLC. listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM, symbol AMO. Amino is based near Cambridge, UK, and has offices in Atlanta USA and Hong Kong.

For further information please contact:

For Latens

David Bramley, Platform PR
david@platformpr.com

For Amino Communications

Geoff Boyes/Gerald Cross, EML
amino@eml.com