NAB Show 2012, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
Discretix, the leading global provider of field proven content protection solutions, today announced that its hardware-assisted content protection solutions are being used to secure HD video services on the recently launched HTC One Family of Android Smartphones (http://www.htc.com/www/smartphones/htc-one-x/ ).
Discretix’ hardware-assisted content protection solutions (http://www.discretix.com/Products-Solutions/Hardware-Assisted-DRM-for-Android-Devices.html ) are in mass production across multiple platforms at Tier 1 Android devices vendors, enabling them to bring premium video services to market under their own name brands. These solutions are available for platforms from all the leading mobile application processor vendors.
The flagship HTC One devices are designed to deliver a compelling viewing experience to consumers. With robust content and home networking link protection built-in, the devices can securely access HD VoD and live TV services as well as securely stream premium content to a large screen TV.
Discretix’ content protection solutions secure sensitive DRM assets by fully integrating with the ARM® TrustZone® ecosystem, utilizing a variety of Trusted Execution Environments (TEE) and Secure OSs.
Discretix’ security solutions are deployed in a wide range of consumer electronics devices enabling services and applications, while protecting the device and its contents. Discretix’ products include embedded security co-processors and a broad range of security applications. The solutions are tightly integrated into the device, enhancing security without compromising the user experience. Discretix, a privately-owned company, serves the needs of some of the world’s best-known semiconductor and device manufacturers and has been consistently ranked among the leaders of the embedded security market. For more information, please visit http://www.discretix.com.
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