Flussonic Announces a Strategic Partnership with EZDRM to Protect its Customer Revenue Streams with DRM as a Service
July 9, 2020
We are excited to announce today a partnership with EZDRM, the pioneer in providing hosted Digital Rights Management (DRM) solutions, to integrate its flagship product Media Server with the EZDRM DRM as a service solution (DRMaaS) and protect customers’ revenue streams by preventing unauthorized redistribution of their digital media.
Security is a universal requirement of content creators to control who gets access to their media and standardized DRM services are a key tool for corporations concerned with copyright, like music and movie producers, who are dependent on the revenue generated from their content. With this cloud-based integration between Flussonic and EZDRM, content owners and Internet-based media distributors can simply and rapidly enable an efficient, cost-effective, and superior method of content control and monetization.
“Flussonic is pleased to be working so closely with the team at EZDRM,” said Flussonic CTO and founder Maksim Lapshin. “Our customers value a well-integrated combination of a state-of-the-art video streaming server with trusted, simple to use multi-platform content protection technologies.”
“In a market with a focus on OTT delivery solutions for premium video content, a simple, cost effective DRM cloud service is a critical part of the delivery jigsaw puzzle,” said Olga Kornienko, COO of EZDRM. “Working with Flussonic has been a great experience, and we believe that a whole new range of customers will now be able to benefit from the combined secure, scalable solution.”
Both parties are excited about this new partnership and the potential benefits it brings to existing Flussonic and EZDRM customers around the world.
EZDRM is the original specialist in Digital Rights Management as a Service (DRMaaS), offering a straightforward, one-stop solution for protecting and monetizing video content. EZDRM’s fully managed DRMaaS offering makes it easy to support secure live, on-demand, downloadable and offline video service delivery.