Verimatrix and RCDb partner on premium content to connected Blu-ray players

by | Sep. 17, 2010

The connected Blu-ray player may be setting itself up nicely as a set-top box. First, there was RCDb's announcement with Clearleap regarding premium content accessibility. Now, Verimatrix with RCDb has introduced first licensable solution for securing premium video content for over-the-top (OTT) distribution to Internet connected Blu-ray players.

The joint solution highlights how broadcasters, programmers and network operators can leverage the rapidly expanding base of Internet-connected Blu-ray players to cost effectively extend their revenue footprint through branded video services.

RCDb’s Blu-ray disc client and server platform enables a complete operator-branded BD-Live capable service that supports a sophisticated mix of IP delivered TV content, including on-demand movies. Verimatrix has extended its MultiRights™ architecture for encryption, secure key management and device authentication to protect streaming content to Blu-ray players. No custom player integration is required, as the integrated application is delivered in the form of a standard Blu-ray disc and the secure content delivery leverages the studio-endorsed AACS content protection built into every device.

Tags: Blu-ray, OTT

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