‘Ultraviolet’ digital rights locker coming this fall?

Jul 18th, 2011 by dvdxplayer 1,897 views |Comments Off

Last July, Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE), a syndicate of technology, cable television and enjoyment firms introduced their lengthy awaited cloud-based digital locker today, dubbing the service Ultraviolet.

Today, it seems the set is readying Ultraviolet for a fall launch.

When it launches, the service will enable customers to stream their music and films anywhere, as lengthy as it is legally purchased.

Content companies will get to use a single cloud-based program to create a set of internet criteria for DRM on digital content.

Says Mark Teitell, the standard manager of UltraViolet (via RWW):

consumers are searching for a better value proposition to own and gather digital films and tv exhibits – a proposition that provides downloads, streaming and physical copy viewing options which are accessible on multiple platforms.

The records will play on all devices that conform to Ultraviolet standards, including Blu-ray players, HDTVs, smartphones, tablets and PCs.


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