An interesting set of Adobe Primetime related news were published this morning – for a quick overview, here are the released announcements.
As part of the Adobe Primetime solution, Turner is using the Adobe Primetime Player and its dynamic ad insertion technology to deliver and monetize its live video streams across iOS and Android devices. Turner’s network audiences are able to easily access this premium pay-TV content across devices using Adobe’s Emmy award-winning Primetime PayTV Pass, TV Everywhere authentication technology that TBS, Inc helped to develop.
We’re excited to announce that M6 Group, a leading French television broadcaster and member of RTL Group, has selected Adobe Primetime to support its Android-based applications for smartphones and tablet devices. iOS support powered by Adobe Primetime is expected to be available later this year, along with other platforms in the future. With Adobe Primetime, M6 Group can easily and securely deliver simulcast, live and on-demand TV content from its top networks to its customers via mobile apps across devices.
DRM deployments now get significantly easier with our new Adobe Primetime Cloud DRM Service.
This new service is completely managed by Adobe, including robust security through hardware Security Modules (HSMs), redundancy, and scalable architecture are always up-to-date with the compliance and robustness rules.[..]
Adobe and AMD partnered in bringing the next level of content protection to desktop computers with AMD APUs (Accelerated Processing Units) or discreet GPUs (Graphics Processing Units).
In comparing the first half of 2013 with the same period last year, Adobe Digital Index has seen a 400% increase in authenticated streams, and the total number of Adobe Pass/TV Everywhere-enabled websites and apps has doubled across devices from 50 to more than 100.