Viaccess-Orca (VO), French based provider of online video and TV platforms and content protection, has revealed that El Salvadorian ISP Flynet is using its multi-DRM package for premium content protection.
Supporting leading DRMs including Google Widevine, Microsoft PlayReady, and Apple FairPlay, Flynet can deliver premium live OTT channels to subscribers on most screens.
“We recently acquired content from a premium television network and needed a powerful DRM to meet the network’s strict content protection requirements,” said Alexander Gomez, CEO at Flynet.
VO’s DRM package has passed the Cartesian’s Farncombe Security Audit and complies with MovieLabs’ specifications, so that that Flynet can meet these guidelines for premium content distribution. The cloud-based DRM package is recognized by Hollywood movie studios and content owners around the world, including sports content providers, for protecting digital video content and revenue streams. The VO multi-DRM solution is integrated with the end-to-end OTT ecosystem, including third-party encoders, CDNs, and players.
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