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DRMtoday: License Delivery Network for Simplifying DRM

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15 Sep 2017
Content providers look to DRM as a crucial component against piracy, demanded by studios for premium digital content distribution, and increasingly as a business monetisation technology. Yet the DRM landscape is deeply fragmented, adding complexity to the task of supporting many different DRM systems for multiple screens. Dr. Susanne Guth-Orlowski discusses how DRMtoday, castLabs’ License Delivery Network (LDN) in the cloud, can simplify DRM in just one integration. castLabs’ independently audited secure multi-DRM solution enables rapid adoption of all major digital rights management (DRM) systems at a low cost, reducing time to market. Other benefits of DRMtoday in the cloud include ease-of-scaling for operational growth, and distributed data center operations worldwide ensuring excellent redundancy and low latency for license key delivery.
Speakers
Susanne Guth-Orlowski, VP Sales & Business Development - castLabs GmbH
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