06.19.2007 01:00 PM
Companies team to demonstrate mobile TV handset supporting Smartcard Profile at Computex Taipei

At this month’s Computex Taipei 2007 show, content protection specialist Discretix, along with electronic service guide (ESG) and player provider CyberLink, mobile TV platform provider CoreMedia and handheld device manufacturer GIGA-BYTE Communications (GBC), held a demonstration of one of the first mobile TV handsets to support the Smartcard Profile.

According to a press statement issued about the demonstration, the combined solution showcased “the ability to build a robust, secure, standards-based and fully integrated mobile TV system based on the Smartcard Profile.” The solution was demonstrated on GBC’s new GSmart t600, a multistandard mobile TV/PDA phone with built-in support for DVB-T, DVB-H and DMB. The device, which supports Quad-Band GSM, features a 2.6in touch-panel display.

The GSmart t600 integrates Discretix’s multischeme mobile TV security client, CyberLink’s mobile TV player and ESG, and CoreMedia’s mobile TV platform.

For more information, visit www.discretix.com.

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