Marlin DRM to secure Samsung HbbTV 2.0 Smart TVs in Italy

As the benefits of Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV) become clearer, so does the need to protect the enhanced content and ensure privacy of data, and Samsung has announced that it is taking steps to do so.

A recent GfK report revealed that the share of smart TVs which support HbbTV in Europe is now close to 100% and to make sure that one of the key gating factors to commercial development…

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Intertrust, Samsung deliver HbbTV 2.0 for Italy

Intertrust and Samsung have announced a partnership that will expand digital rights management (DRM) standardisation for digital media. Under the agreement, Samsung will ship Marlin DRM software in its HbbTV 2.0-enabled Smart TVs for users in Italy. HbbTV 2.0 is an open standard that allows adopters to combine traditional IPTV services with new OTT Internet video distribution. The solution will be available…

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Intertrust and Samsung Expand Marlin DRM to Deliver HbbTV 2.0 for Italy

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — October 18, 2016, Intertrust Technologies Corporation and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced a partnership that will expand digital rights management (DRM) standardization for digital media. Under the agreement, Samsung, will ship Marlin DRM software in its HbbTV 2.0-enabled Smart TVs for users in Italy. HbbTV 2.0 is an open standard that allows…

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Intertrust boost for Dolby Vision HDR

Digital rights management specialist Intertrust Technologies that the Intertrust ExpressPlay cloud-based DRM system is now compatible with Dolby Vision, the premium high dynamic range (HDR) imaging format for Ultra-High Definition (UHD) content…

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Intertrust Announces Dolby Vision Compatibility with ExpressPlay DRM for Hardware Security on HDR TVs

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands — September 9, 2016, Intertrust Technologies Corporation today announced that the Intertrust ExpressPlay cloud-based digital rights management (DRM) system is now compatible with Dolby Vision™, the premium high dynamic range (HDR) imaging format for Ultra-High Definition (UHD) content. This solution will aid and…

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Intertrust Applauds the Launch of Tivùon! Italy’s First Open Internet TV Service

ROME and SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 18, 2016 –  Intertrust Technologies Corporation, the world’s leading provider of secure and trusted distributed computing products and services, applauds its partner Tivù for their launch of Tivùon!, Italy’s first open standards-based Internet TV service. Tivù is a joint venture of commercial broadcaster Mediaset, state broadcaster RAI and the country’s largest telephone network operator…

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What Is DRM?

The move away from plugins like Flash and Silverlight has made video delivery easier, but it’s also made DRM more complicated. Here’s what DRM looks like today, along with a discussion of the leading DRM technologies and DRM service providers…

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Intertrust Partners with Adobe to Power Digital Rights Management for Industry-Leading Multiscreen TV Platform

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — April 20, 2016, Intertrust Technologies Corporation, a leader in trusted, distributed computing technologies, today announced a partnership with Adobe to provide cloud-based digital rights management (DRM) services to Adobe Primetime, the leading platform for personalizing, monetizing and measuring TV content across screens.

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Intertrust and Bitmovin Announce New Digital Distribution Platform

LAS VEGAS – April 18, 2016Intertrust Technologies Corporation, a provider of trusted computing products and services, and Bitmovin Inc., a video encoding service for adaptive streaming, today announced a joint solution to seamlessly handle digital content workflow that includes content encoding, protection and rendering on any device.

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AMC Moves to Fight Pirated Leaks of ‘Walking Dead,’ Other Original Series

AMC Networks has adopted new technology aimed at preventing shows like “The Walking Dead” from being consumed by hordes of Internet pirates before they air on TV. The cable programmer is embedding digital watermarks into episodes of original shows like “Walking Dead,” “Better Call Saul” and “Humans” at its New York production and distribution facilities, using a system from Civolution’s NexGuard. Now, if AMC content turns up on piracy sites, those watermarks will let the company trace the source of the copies.

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