Discretix Inc. has announced the availability of a Windows Media Digital Rights Management (DRM) 10-enabled client for smartphones and feature phones.
The company says premium content is a central component of today's mobile devices - whether downloaded via high speed wireless networks or transferred from a PC. To meet the demand for premium content, Windows Media DRM 10 is used by many device manufacturers and platform suppliers seeking to tap into the expansive catalogue of Windows Media-enabled content offerings.
"Windows Media DRM 10 is a compelling platform that brings PC or internet-based content to feature phones and smartphones. The release of our Windows Media DRM 10-enabled client, fully integrated with the underlying security sub-system, enables us to offer the level of robust security that operators have been asking for" said Edo Ganot, EVP Sales and Business Development of Discretix.
"The success of the Windows Media platform is driving demand for digital media on handheld devices by enabling entirely new content delivery scenarios," said Eric Schmidt, group product manger for Windows Digital Media at Microsoft. "Partners like Discretix are creating exciting new mobile entertainment experiences for consumers worldwide by providing a robust Windows Media-enabled solution that operators can quickly and easily take to market."