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CyberKey is Building an On-Demand Entertainment Web Portal

Thursday 16 October 2003 09:09 CET | News

CyberKey is building an on-demand entertainment web portal which initially will focus on digital music, and will soon thereafter add movies, video, edutainment, and lifestyle software applications.

Users will appreciate how transparent CyberKey has implemented DRM on the CYBERKEY. CyberKey DRM is totally implemented on the CYBERKEY, with no server of service intervention. Because a CYBERKEY looks like standard flash memory to the desktop computer it can also be used with other DRM systems such as those from Microsoft, Liquid Audio, RealNetworks, and Intel. With a CYBERKEY users can download music files that are in any format supporting the operating system their CYBERKEY is attached to such as WMA, Liquid Audio, AAC, ATRAC3, RealAudio, etc., in the case of Microsoft Windows. CYBERKEY supports Windows, Macintosh, and Linux today since these popular operating systems support USB flash memory. CyberKeys DRM solution focuses on the end user and not the computer they use. With DRM enabled on a USB flash memory device, which fits in the palm of a hand or on a key chain, a CYBERKEY is 100% transparent to end users, enables enforcement of copyrights, and requires nothing from a desktop computer, server or internet service provider. CyberKey will provide CYBERKEYs to end users through service providers, OEMs, and systems integrators, in addition to customers of its CyberKey branded on-demand entertainment portal. CyberKey is currently discussing a variety of marketing relationships with a number of major sales channel partners and content providers in the entertainment industry. With a CYBERKEY, users can easily transport large amounts of music, video, data, files and software applications from any USB enabled computer to any other USB enabled computer or device such as MP3 players. USB is a standard communication interface on most personal computers, and a growing list of consumer devices. CYBERKEY are plug and play devices capable of natively on most popular operating systems with device drivers. A device roughly the size of an adults small finger, CYBERKEYs can today securely store up to one Gigabyte (1GB) of electronic content each, including copyrighted material such as music, video, books, email and other sensitive business files and applications, which can now be protected using CyberKeys patent pending DRM technology. CyberKey will deliver larger CYBERKEYs in the future to accommodate larger files and file libraries for content such as movies, music, three dimensional graphics, and large data base applications.


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