ContentGuard Licences DRM Patents To Nokia
ContentGuard technology enables the implementation of digital content distribution models such as content rental, content subscription, variable pricing, and secure peer-to-peer distribution.
ContentGuard Holdings, a developer of digital rights management (DRM) technology, has entered into a worldwide patent licencing agreement with Nokia Corporation. ContentGuard technology enables the implementation of digital content distribution models such as content rental, content subscription, variable pricing, and secure peer-to-peer distribution. Terms of the licencing agreement were not disclosed.
"We are extremely pleased that Nokia will be able to use our technology in its business to advance the delivery and consumption of digital content," said Rob Logan, CEO of ContentGuard. "We are confident this will broaden and enable consumer-friendly DRM solutions in the marketplace. This agreement adds another industry leader to our marquee list of licencees and strengthens our presence in the DRM technology space."
ContentGuard develops and licences digital rights management (DRM) technology, which enables the creation of new digital content business models and enterprise content security solutions. ContentGuard maintains strong relationships with companies that facilitate the seamless movement of digital content across devices, maintaining the rights of content owners and meeting the needs of consumers. Its agreement with Nokia is one more step in this direction.
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