The Digital Transmission Licensing Administrator (DTLA) has approved content security specialist Nagra’s DRM solution for streaming premium content within the home network.
Nagra’s MediaAccess Persistent Rights Management (PRM) DRM was approved for the retransmission of DTCP-IP protected content. Nagra said this will allow service providers to deploy home networking solutions that meet “the strictest security requirements.”
Nagra MediaAccess PRM was previously approved by the DTLA for the storage of DTCP content, but Nagra said it now becomes the only pay-TV operator-controlled DRM that is also authorised for its retransmission.
“This latest approval puts Nagra on a very short list of trusted and approved providers of home networking DRM technologies in the world and is another vote of confidence in our solution,” said Philippe Stransky, chief architect for Nagra.
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