Elliptic to Show Off Ultra HD Content Protection at NAB

Will present the latest features in its content protection portfolio, tVault, for Ultra-High Definition (UHD) video content.

April 9, 2015

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OTTAWA -- Elliptic Technologies, a leading provider of security for the connected world, today announced that the company will exhibit at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show in Las Vegas, April 13-16, at booth SU9125. Elliptic will present the latest features in their leading Content Protection portfolio, tVault for Ultra-High Definition (UHD) video content; as well as robust security solutions for any device with Elliptic’s tRoot hardware root of trust technology.

At the conference, Elliptic will showcase content protection solutions featuring the tVaultTM family of products to enable more services and rich audio-visual experiences to run securely on connected devices. Elliptic’s tVault for DTCP-IP (Digital Transmission Content Protection over Internet Protocol) certified to DLNA’s VidiPath as well as tVault for HDCP 2.2 (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) certified for Miracast, gives users unparalleled opportunities to access content while safeguarding the rights of content owners and service providers with a compliant, certified solution.

In accordance with MovieLabs’ Enhanced Content Protection specification, Elliptic will present their tRoot technology that provides robust, future-proof security for devices such as tablets, smartphones and UHD TVs. tRoot complies with the MovieLabs mandate, allowing the highest quality commercial content while adhering to strict security measures to assure that content cannot be copied or freely redistributed from those devices, including: hardware-enforced HDCP 2.2 link protection, hardware root of trust to protect device, DRM keys and other credentials, side channel countermeasures and NIST SP 800-90C compliant True Random Number Generators.

Elliptic Technologies Inc.

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