EZDRM, the specialist provider of Digital Rights Management as a Service (DRMaaS), today confirmed its broad support of the newly announced Secure Packager and Encoder Key Exchange (SPEKE) API.
EZDRM, the specialist provider of Digital Rights Management as a Service (DRMaaS), today announced a new integration with Coconut, the pioneers in Cloud Video Encoding.
Our recent webinar, hosted by Streaming Media, served as confirmation that the "Next Generation" TV landscape is now in sight! OTT terminology that positions streaming services as a second class citizens in the consumer entertainment landscape now looks obsolete. Secure Internet delivered video has now become front and center of the consumer experience. The rapid technological advances discussed in this webinar - and a related boom in the creative world - now positions live and on-demand streaming content as a full replacement of legacy broadcast, satellite and cable TV offerings. Read on for more details:
IBC 2018 was quite a milestone for EZDRM. It was our first big tradeshow event - and at one of the worlds biggest video technology events. A re-launch of the EZDRM branding and an updated web site followed by an exhausting 5 days of show floor meetings and evening entertainment that leaves a bit of a blur in your mind! But we feel it was a big success for the company - we saw a wide range of interest in our simple, straightforward approach to DRM as a Service (DRMaaS), both from partners and from new service operators.
What made the show special for us? - read on below!
EZDRM, the specialist provider of Digital Rights Management as a Service (DRMaaS), today announced API integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), including AWS Elemental Media Services. The API integration streamlines the key exchange process between EZDRM’s KeyZ server and AWS Elemental MediaConvert and AWS Elemental MediaPackage. Fast, reliable key exchange is an important initial step in encrypting and securing streaming video content. A straightforward key management interface, dynamic business rules, and API-driven licensing empowers customers to expand viewership and create new revenue streams while maintaining full control over valuable video content.