The latter will provide encryption keys for Redge Media Origin and decryption keys for content decryption modules integrated with Redge Media based end-user applications. The actual implementation projects combining the two solutions will benefit from shortened time to market, reduced costs of integration and low risk.
Commenting on the development, Tomasz Paldyna, sales director at Redge Technologies, said: “Having a strong partnership with CryptoGuard will enable us to reach even more service providers, who might have had issues with safely securing copyrights for their digital media. With the changing business environment as of last year, it is now more important than ever to secure content due to premium content proliferating the online distribution. Redge Media is a complete solution that applies ease of end-user access, high level of security, and now with CryptoGuard, a modern Multi-DRM platform with an attractive business model”.
Krzysztof Wieczorek, sales drector CEE & CIS at CryptoGuard, added: “We are pleased to partner with Redge Technologies and provide CryptoGuard’s Multi-DRM solution for their Redge Media OTT Platform. The Multi-DRM enables simple management and control of a wide range of devices and a secure delivery of premium content. The solution can be extended with CryptoGuard CAS for delivery of both linear and non-linear IPTV services on any screen in hybrid network environments. Both CryptoGuard Multi-DRM and CAS have completed Cartisian’s Farncombe Security Audit and will provide Redge Media a cost-effective and feature-rich solution while maintaining top-level security”.