Content Management License Administrator (CMLA), LLC is the entity formed to provide commercial licenses for the CMLA Technology Specification which forms a trust model for the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Digital Rights Management (DRM) version 2.0 (and, as updated) interoperability specification.
CMLA also extends this trust model to enable content and service protection for mobile broadcast by adding support of the IP Datacast over DVB-H: Service Purchase and Protection (SPP) A100 Specification Annex B (18Crypt) and the OMA Bcast DRM Profile.
CMLA OMA DRM Version 2.1 also provides an “Approved DRM’ to the Digital Entertainment “Content Ecosystem (“DECE”) LLC (and also known as “UltraViolet”) system for the delivery of media and entertainment content to consumers. See www.uvvu.com for information on UltraViolet.
CMLA addresses business security concerns of client vendors, service providers and content owners necessary to enable the rapid delivery of high-quality digital content to CMLA licensed products and services that deploy OMA DRM 2.0 or OMA DRM 2.0 and DVB H mobile broadcast or OMA DRM 2.1 within the UltraViolet system.
CMLA provides commercial licenses to companies wishing to use the CMLA trust model and implement the CMLA Technical Specification.
CMLA agreements include compliance and robustness rules for CMLA licensed products and services.
CMLA provides trust model services (key generation and certificate signing services) for licensees (client vendors, service providers and developers) implementing OMA or OMA and DVB-H, or UltraViolet in CMLA licensed products and services.
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CMLA is pleased to announce that the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem ("DECE" a.k.a. UltraViolet™) has declared the CMLA-OMA DRM Version 2.1 to be the first 'deployment ready' DRM within the UltraViolet™ ecosystem.
To meet this milestone CMLA-OMA was required to provide a CMLA-OMA and UltraViolet™ compliant Download Service Provider (DSP) and also a CMLA-OMA and UltraViolet™ compliant Client/Player. Both of these requirements are met by CMLA licensee, castLabs GmbH. (www.castLabs.com). Licensees of CMLA-OMA and UltraViolet™ are now able to implement using CMLA-OMA to become full participants within the UltraViolet™ ecosystem Common File Format launch.
- CMLA is pleased to announce that the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (“DECE”), LLC (also identified as “UltraViolet”) has approved the CMLA OMA DRM Version 2.1 for implementation within its ecosystem. Licensees of UltraViolet are able to implement using CMLA to become full participants within the UltraViolet ecosystem.
- For further information about UltraViolet go to www.uvvu.com.
- For download of the CMLA licensing agreements and technical specification for UltraViolet implementation go to Licensing.