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DRM

Abbrev. for Diploma in Radiation Medicine.
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With the power of RealNetworks' distribution software and its technical expertise, we are confident that this agreement will help make Sony's ATRAC3 and OpenMG an industry standard for digital content distribution.
Sony sees the deal in part as a way to promote its ATRAC sound compression format and OpenMG copyright protection technology.
RealNetworks also expects to provide integrated support for Sony's ATRAC3 codec technology, which will enable consumers to download and play ATRAC3- encoded music on PCs, as well as downloading such music to Sony's portable audio players packaged with OpenMG, like Memory Stock Walkman and VAIO Music Clip.
In addition to B2B clients, LivePerson is available to B2C customers requiring assistance with Sony's proprietary OpenMG Jukebox Software.
To protect content owner rights to digital content in the networked environment, Sony and Intel have been working together on 5C Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP) bus encryption technology, and will work on establishing interoperability between the Intel Software Integrity System and Sony's OpenMG copyright protection technology.
This will enable OpenMG compliant personal computers and Sony's portable devices such as the "Memory Stick Walkman (NW-MS7)" and "VAIO Music Clip (MC-P10)" to receive content downloaded securely over the Internet, using the above companies' electronic music distribution technologies.
This is enabled by Sony's OpenMG, which handles the playback and transfer of music from the PC to the Sony devices.
The first result of this collaboration will be available in Sony's next generation portable audio players packaged with Sony's OpenMG software - the "Memory Stick Walkman (NW-MS7)" and "VAIO Music Clip (MC-P10).
The collaboration involves Sony's MagicGate and OpenMG copyright protection technologies as well as IBM's Electronic Music Management System (EMMS), an e-businesssolution for the sale and downloading of music.