Club Samsung dips into INKA for DRM
DetailsJoseph O'Halloran | 02 January 2015
Korean CE giant Samsung has turned to compatriots to protect content on its digital entertainment store for Indian customers.
InkaClub Samsung 2.0 is a digital entertainment store where customers can access films, live TV channels and other video offerings in various languages through a single application. This repository of multimedia content is available on 33 Samsung devices using a Club Samsung app that searches devices for the available media, and users can access it using a unified media player.
Using its DRM technology, INKA says that Samsung can ensure movie content protection. INKA's cloud-based DRM service used for multiscreen platforms like Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android, Windows Phone and smart TV and integrating it with any content management.
More than 100 content service providers and 20 mobile manufactures are using INKA's advance technology, including not only Samsung but fellow electronics giant LGE. "A warm welcome and congratulation on India's first one-stop infotainment service on smart phones, it will enrich user experience," commented INKA CEO and founder James Ahn.