Amplefuture Offers DRM Solution for Mobile Networks

Mar 23, 2004

Amplefuture, a distributor and aggregator of mobile content in the UK, has made a digital rights management (DRM) service live for all of its clients. The service, called Trusted Digital Service Provider (Trusted DSP), uses a Beep Science DRM system in an effort to secure end-to-end digital content distribution across mobile networks with fair rewards for content owners, artists, and service providers. Beep Science mobile DRM solutions support and comply with the OMA (Open Mobile Alliance) industry standards DRM.

The Trusted DSP service is now delivering digital rights management of branded mobile content sold to the public through all of Amplefuture's clients. As a result of this service, Amplefuture expects to gain access to a wider range of content such as mobile games, ringtones, realtones, mobile wallpapers, and screensavers. The Trusted DSP system is designed to prevent unauthorized distribution of mobile content across mobile networks from any forms of content piracy, including unauthorized person-to-person file sharing. The system also supports the Open Mobile Alliance digital rights management standards that control how the content can be used once it has been received by the handset.

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