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INSIDE Secure Touts Mobile Device Security

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AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France -- INSIDE Secure (NYSE Euronext Paris: INSD), a leader in embedded security solutions for mobile and connected devices today announces it will enable Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology for protection of premium content on Intel-based mobile devices running Android. The challenge of content protection on mobile devices has deterred many content service providers from offering premium content to mobile markets. The technology allows Intel to take advantage of INSIDE Secure’s Downloadable DRM Fusion Agent and enable its customers to deliver their secured content services on Intel-based Android devices.

INSIDE Secure is the leading provider of downloadable DRM solutions. INSIDE’s Downloadable DRM Fusion Agent reduces DRM implementation costs and time-to-market dramatically by eliminating the dependency on device manufacturers for embedded DRM solutions. It is easy-to-integrate into new and existing applications and incorporates rich features and optimization for the new and existing mobile devices in the market.

Downloadable DRM Fusion Agent allows rapid creation of branded secure mobile video and audio apps across all mobile devices, connected set top boxes and Smart TVs. By adding support for Intel-based devices, INSIDE Secure will make content protection available for more consumers, who can expect easy, convenient and mobile access to latest movies, TV shows and protected audio streams, including radio.

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