Accedo One Adds Multiple DRM Support To Its Marketplace

Accedo has added support for three Digital Rights Management (DRM) products to its Accedo One cloud platform in the video service ecosystem. The Accedo One Marketplace already includes integration for Online Video Platforms, Subscription Management Platforms, Ad servers, and Analytics Platforms.

The Swedish company has integrated BrightcoveVerimatrix, and Vualto, aiming to ensure high-value content can be protected against business damage.

Accedo One is a SaaS (Software as a Service) package that enables delivery of video services across multiple devices. With this latest integration, Accedo One customers can protect revenues and help obtain high-value content from third parties. Integration with a range of DRM technologies through a multi-DRM strategy makes it easier for customers to choose the optimum protection for their content.

“With the high level of file-sharing in many markets, DRM is vital to ensure that high-value content remains protected,” said Markus Hejdenberg, Head of Product Management, Accedo. “We have integrated vendors with a long history of working with content security and video deliveries from different aspects of the value chain so that we can cater for a wide range of unique customer requirements.”

The integration is managed through Accedo One Marketplace, which provides access to necessary technology components. 

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