|By Business Wire||
|March 26, 2014 02:00 AM EDT||
INSIDE Secure (NYSE Euronext: INSD), a leader in embedded solutions for securing transactions, content and digital identity, and maxdome, Germany’s largest online video-on-demand (VoD) service, today announce that maxdome has licensed INSIDE’s downloadable DRM Fusion™ Agent software to protect streaming video content delivery for the maxdome mobile portal. Integrated into its new mobile apps for iOS and Android devices, the INSIDE DRM Fusion Agent software provides the critical security and high quality viewing experience maxdome needs in its mobile apps. This will enable the thousands of video titles in the maxdome mobile content portfolio to be available on millions of smartphones and tablets throughout Germany.
“With the new mobile apps, maxdome offers its customers high-class entertainment on all important platforms. Our iOS apps, Android apps and mobile portal enable content discovery on smartphones and tablets, creating an exceptional seamless user experience for a multitude of devices,” said Andreas Heyden, managing director of maxdome, a subsidiary of ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG. “The INSIDE downloadable DRM Fusion Agent software is a proven solution that has been approved by all the major content providers and enables us to expand our business to new target groups.”
The maxdome mobile portal offers standard- and high-definition feature films, series, comedy shows, TV highlights, exciting documentaries, children’s videos and music concerts, from the leading major studios.
“Our DRM Fusion Agent continues to strengthen its position as the gold standard among mobile DRM solutions, and today’s announcement is the latest example of its acceptance by the leading over-the-top service providers,” said Dr. Simon Blake-Wilson, INSIDE executive vice president of the mobile security division. “We welcome maxdome into our family of DRM Fusion Agent customers. We are pleased maxdome has chosen our solution to provide the critical content protection required for their mobile content delivery offerings.”
About 80 million service deployments and 80 million mobile apps with Downloadable DRM Fusion Agent software embedded in them have already been downloaded by consumers worldwide, protecting billions of premium content playbacks. INSIDE’s Secure DRM solution supports multiple content protection technologies. Notably, this includes Microsoft® PlayReady® and UltraViolet security that service providers need in their mobile apps to enable premium content to be played on Apple iOS, Android and BlackBerry 10-based mobile devices. Approved for use by Apple, Microsoft, RIM and all the major Hollywood studios, the downloadable DRM Fusion Agent software provide content protection and packaging, licensing and key management for multiple mobile device platforms and operating systems.
The INSIDE downloadable DRM Fusion Agent software allows protected high-value content to be distributed in a single, uniform and secure way to all supported platforms and devices. Operators can more quickly deploy secure content services and support a variety of business models, including ad-supported and pre-paid services, dramatically reducing DRM implementation costs and time to market. It also enables media companies and high-value content providers to more quickly achieve revenue from service deployment by eliminating the dependence on mobile phone and device manufacturers to embed DRM protection.
More information about INSIDE DRM solutions is available online at http://www.insidesecure.com/Products/DRM-Content-Protection.
Germany's largest online video store, maxdome, is a company of ProSiebenSat.1 Group and offers a large number of feature films, series, comedies, sports, music and cartoons – a total of more than 60,000 titles of the best entertainment. The videos can be accessed via PC, laptop, Internet-connected TVs and set-top-boxes as well as mobile devices for individual rental, as a subscription or download.
About INSIDE Secure
INSIDE Secure (NYSE Euronext Paris FR0010291245 – INSD.PA) is a leading designer, developer and supplier of semiconductors, embedded software and platforms for secure transactions and digital security. INSIDE mobile NFC, secure payment and digital security products provide security for a wide range of information processing, storage and transmission applications. The company’s customers are found in a wide range of markets, including mobile payment, identification documents, access control, transit, electronic device manufacturing, pay television and mobile service operators. For more information, visit www.insidesecure.com.
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