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[March 19, 2014]

Elliptic Technologies End-to-End DTCP+ Content Protection Solutions Selected by TP Vision

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) March 19, 2014 Elliptic Technologies, a leading provider of security for the connected world, today announced that TP Vision has selected Elliptic's tVault™ for end-to-end Digital Transmission Content Protection over Internet Protocol (DTCP-IP) security solutions to protect the streaming and sharing of premium content for world leading, next generation smart TVs. Elliptic's DTCP-IP solutions provide flexible, trusted, advanced security technology for digital media among connected devices inside and outside the home.

"In the rapidly evolving world of visual digital entertainment, Elliptic's DTCP+ solutions offered exactly what we were looking for in terms of leadership in embedded security," said Frank De Grave, Director of Purchasing at TP Vision. "We required solutions that were readily deployable, field-proven and compliant with the latest DLNA standards that would integrate seamlessly with our extensive TV product lines including smart TVs with DLNA Media Playback." "Our collaboration with TP Vision is an important indicator that our solutions are recognized as industry leading as well as trusted to integrate seamlessly into the latest advancements in connected consumer products such as smart TVs," commented Vijay Dube, President and CEO of Elliptic Technologies. "Our DTCP+ customers and industry partners driven by the rapid growth in connected home entertainment devices require our products to be not only compliant with the latest content protection standards, but also deployed rapidly and effectively in a variety of applications." Elliptic's tVault for DTCP-IP is highly portable and comply with the latest DLNA specifications (DTCP revision 1.7 and DTCP-IP revision 1.4), including DTCP+.

Elliptic offers a comprehensive portfolio of end-to-end Content Protection Solutions with its flagship technology, tVault™ for HDCP 2.2 used in Miracast, HDMI and Display Port applications, DTCP-IP and DRM for Microsoft® PlayReady®. These solutions protect premium audiovisual content against unauthorized copying, interception and tampering, while ensuring that the content can be viewed, recorded or streamed on any device using a wide range of operating systems and hardware platforms including smart HDTVs, home theatre, tablets, smartphones and car infotainment systems. Elliptic tVault is a highly integrated, compact framework for feature-rich implementations with multiple DRM and link protection schemes in Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs).

Elliptic's embedded security solutions are being delivered to leading device manufacturers, chipset vendors and service providers around the world.

About DTCP-IP (Digital Transmission Content Protection over Internet Protocol) DTCP-IP is a technical standard specified and licensed by the Digital Transmission Licensing Administrator (DTLA) that protects audiovisual content, when transmitted between digital entertainment products, against unauthorized copying, interception and tampering, while ensuring that content can be viewed and copied on home networked devices. DTCP-IP is regarded as essential to content protection standards which set guidelines for the interconnection over a home network of digital audiovisual devices and PCs made by different vendors for the easy sharing of video, music, photos and other digital content.

About Elliptic's tVault™ for DTCP-IP Elliptic's tVault for DTCP-IP complies with the latest specifications as required by the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA), including DTCP+, and it integrates seamlessly with trusted execution environments and ARM® TrustZone® frameworks to provide hardware enforced end-to-end content protection solutions for connected media devices. The Global Platform compliant solution can be deployed for both transmission (source) and receiver (sink) type applications and is designed to meet the DTLA robustness and compliance rules.

About Elliptic Technologies Elliptic Technologies is a leading provider of embedded security hardware cores and software to chipset vendors, device manufacturers, service and content providers. Elliptic's highly integrated solutions enable the most efficient silicon design and highest levels of security for some of the world's most popular products in markets such as mobile, networking, home entertainment, smart grid and automotive. Elliptic's hardware security cores enable designers to efficiently balance power, performance and silicon area and cover a wide variety of cryptographic cores, public key accelerators, true random generators and protocol processors. Elliptic is leading the world in DRM and link protection solutions with flagship technology tVault™ for downloading and sharing premium content between multiple devices, including Microsoft® PlayReady®, DTCP-IP and HDCP SDKs built for "trusted execution environments" used in consumer electronics. The company has a global customer base and sales channels. To learn more about how Elliptic's security solutions enable the most efficient silicon design and highest levels of security for some of the world's most popular products, please visit http://www.elliptictech.com.

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