Telia CLOUDY CDN deploys the BuyDRM KeyOS multi-DRM platform

Thursday, September 14th, 2017
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AUSTIN, TX and RIGA, LATVIA — Telia’s self-service cloud video platform for live and VOD content Cloudy CDN, has selected BuyDRM™ to provide DaaS (DRM as a Service) using BuyDRM’s KeyOS™ MultiKey™ Service.

With several services available in the CLOUDY platform, the inclusion of DaaS (DRM as a service) adds additional value to the platform geared towards the B2B sector. CLOUDY™ provides server virtualization, data and server backup solution, video surveillance as a cloud service, and last, but not least – an innovative, extremely scalable and cost effective cloud based video platform to address the rapidly emerging OTT market.

As part of the KeyOS Multi-DRM Platform, the MultiKey Service supports the industry-leading DRMs, such as Microsoft PlayReady, Google Widevine and Apple FairPlay, which power the widest variety of premium content for consumers. KeyOS provides robust content security for today’s most popular consumer formats.

BuyDRM has pioneered DRM as a Service (DaaS), providing highly available DRM technologies through modern, easy to deploy, secure APIs. Using a variety of common programming languages, the KeyOS Platform enables major studios, content licensees and OTT operators to quickly deploy studio-approved DRM within their existing content workflows.

“By deploying the KeyOS MultiKey Service in CLOUDY, we’re opening the door to new customers with a studio-required multi-DRM component to our service,” said Chief Product Manager of Telia Cloudy CDN Mr. Norberts Ositis. “BuyDRM was able to fill all check boxes in our requirements list and even more – BuyDRM’s history of being a leader in the DRM space has proven to be a necessary added value to our overall stack of offerings within our cloud based video platform.”

Christopher Levy, CEO & Founder at BuyDRM said “Telia is a rising leader in the OTT marketplace. We are extremely proud to be working with Telia’s CLOUDY platform in the quickly developing Baltic and Nordic region.”