Redge Technologies has announced the launch of Redge Media Cloud DRM, a highly scalable solution for content security backed by Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.
According to Redge, the solution covers three major DRMs, namely Microsoft Playready, Google Widevine, Apple Fairplay for all devices, including connected TVs. Redge Media DRM already delivers over 2 billion licences per year, securing content by millions of end-users which sets its leader position in the CEE region.
It adds that Redge Media Cloud DRM caters for Tier 1 operators with its enterprise-grade scalability and performance. At the same time the solution fits mid-size video ventures due to its ease of provisioning and pay-as-you-go model. Also it is the perfect solution for developers deploying video services and looking for hassle-free DRM service as part of development project. With easy-to-use API and transparent pricing model based on licences issued per month and nothing more, Redge Media Cloud DRM positions itself as a cost-effective and highly affordable offer on the market.
Commenting on the development, Wojtek Turak, Redge Media video delivery platform director, said: “Redge Media Cloud DRM can be launched in express time due to its cloud-native infrastructure. And it’s just the first service in our Redge Media Cloud pipeline. The works are in progress to enable our another VDP services, i.e. Encoders and Origin and CDN, in the same model”.
Redge will be at IBC in Amsterdam (9th-12th of September) at stand 2.A47 in the Innovation Hall.