CoreCodec represents exactly what we've designed our security solutions for - cutting edge mobile devices where a premium is placed on performance
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 21, 2009
Mocana, a software company that delivers comprehensive embedded security solutions for non-PC devices, today announced that CoreCodec, a leading provider of digital media technology, will use Mocana NanoSSL in version 2.0 of CorePlayer, its universal multimedia platform for mobile devices and desktop computers. Because CorePlayer is a ubiquitous multimedia platform, CoreCodec was particularly focused on performance and support across virtually any platform when choosing an embedded security solution. Mocana met all of these requirements.
"Because CorePlayer is a next-generation multimedia platform that extends what you thought were limits in playing back fluid multimedia on mobile devices, we needed an equally unique and innovative security solution that didn't get in the way of a great consumer experience," said Dan Marlin, CEO and president of CoreCodec. "Not only did Mocana prove NanoSSL was the right choice for us, Mocana customers were equally enthusiastic, and our experience so far has been exactly as expected."
CoreCodec is using Mocana NanoSSL specifically to secure the CoreAccount within its CorePlayer platform and to secure the data for its Web Services. Most notable for CoreCodec has been the minimal effort required to integrate NanoSSL into the CorePlayer platform, and the update availability.
"CoreCodec represents exactly what we've designed our security solutions for - cutting edge mobile devices where a premium is placed on performance," said Adrian Turner, CEO of Mocana. "It is no longer acceptable to compromise security in order to deliver a great multimedia experience and our products like NanoSSL were built so that our customers could offer both - a secure platform with the level of performance consumers expect."
CoreCodec's CorePlayer products make it possible to manipulate multimedia content desktop, mobile phone, portable media player, PDA, GPS, or convergence devices. It is used by companies like Joost, SanDisk, DivX and Elgato and gives developer the ability to add audio, video and multimedia capability to a wide range of PC and mobile operating systems, including Windows Mobile, Symbian and Palm with support for Apple iPhone and Google Android coming soon.
CoreCodec, Inc. (http://www.corecodec.com) is the leading provider of mobile and embedded media player technologies for general-purpose computing devices. With over 70 million users worldwide, and 1100 supported devices on 8 operating systems, CoreCodec players and technologies power every class of device. From cellular phones to televisions, PDAs to in-car GPS, CoreCodec is at the center of the digital ecosystem.
Mocana secures the "Internet of Things": the ubiquitous devices of our lives, our infrastructure and the enterprise networks to which they connect. As connected devices proliferate - they already outnumber workstations on the Internet by about 5 to 1 - attacks on these "soft targets" are rising exponentially. Mocana's solutions ensure that wired and wireless devices, servers, networks and their services all scale securely. Customers include Dell, Cisco, Avaya, Nortel Networks, Harris, Honeywell, Symbol and Radvision, among others. The company was recently named one of Red Herring's GLOBAL 100 - one of the "Top 100 Privately-Held Companies in the World" for 2008, and also won Frost & Sullivan's Technology Innovation of the Year award. For more information, visit http://www.mocana.com.
Lois Paul & Partners for Mocana