Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) has chosen CoreMedia's DRM IOP Test Server for use by participants in its Test Fest events

February 15, 2006

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SAN DIEGO and HAMBURG -- The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) has chosen CoreMedia’s DRM IOP Test Server for use by participants in its Test Fest events held around the world. This new comprehensive DRM IOP Test Server is an invaluable resource for vendors and operators to check their end-to-end conformance and product viability in use with OMA Enablers.

With the CoreMedia IOP Test Server, OMA members and non-members, including handset and component manufacturers can confirm that their models, applications or services are interoperable using the OMA specifications.

For the OMA “DRM IOP Test Server” CoreMedia focused on automated tests to maximize the level of interoperability testing that can be conducted by vendors prior to attending an official OMA Test Fest. OMA Test Fests are events at which a wide range of mobile industry companies gather to test products and solutions and verify that they work with each other in a trusted testing environment.

“Being selected by the OMA for its Test Servers further strengthens CoreMedia’s leading role in interoperable DRM,” states Dr. Willms Buhse, Director Product & Marketing CoreMedia. “It is all about interoperability and convergence in order to create a trusted universe for premium content.”

“OMA Test Fests are designed to reduce the commercial barrier to entry and maximize potential for adoption of mobile products and services,” comments Jari Alvinen, Chairman of the Board of OMA. “With the new CoreMedia DRM IOP Test Server, we enable our members and industry players to test the OMA DRM Enabler and build a more interoperable mobile network based on open standards.”

CoreMedia AG

Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)

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