12.14.2007 12:00 AM
Qube Cinema Chooses Thomson NexGuard
Digital cinema systems supplier Qube Cinema has selected NexGuard, Thomson’s content security suite, for integration into its Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI)-compliant servers. NexGuard offers the means to identify the date, time and location of illegal camcorder recordings in an effort to combat in-theater piracy.

Thomson’s audio and visual forensic watermarking solution will be embedded into several hundred Qube XP D-Cinema and E-Cinema servers. The deployment of Qube Cinema servers embedded with the Thomson NexGuard suite begins the first initiative between the two companies.

“This partnership offers Qube Cinema a secure way of delivering DCI and E-Cinema content and further strengthens Thomson’s leadership presence in key markets throughout Asia,” said Jean-Luc Moullet, vice president and head of Thomson’s Software and Technology Solutions business.


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