MADRID--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NexStreaming (KOSDAQ:139670) announced today that they have partnered with Google to release an HLS player SDK secured with Widevine DRM for any Android and iOS app.
Video service providers are now able to deploy encrypted HLS and DASH OTT mobile apps with the advanced playback and streaming capabilities of NexPlayer SDK while ensuring that the content will be protected with Google Widevine. In order to make this possible, a Widevine DRM library is pre-integrated into NexPlayer SDK, securing the best video quality and user experience across all mobile devices.
NexPlayer with Widevine features the same streaming and playback capabilities as NexPlayer SDK, including intelligent ABR, HLS, DASH, closed captioning, multiple audio tracks, time shifting and the possibility to add 360 video navigation support.
Carlos Lucas, GM of NexPlayer at NexStreaming said: “Secure content is key for a sustainable business in the video industry. Our partnership with Google shows our strong commitment to it, with an innovative, ready to go and cost-effective solution.”
Brian Baker, Head of Widevine Business at Google said: “The integration with NexStreaming provides video service providers with the capability to seamlessly support protected HLS and DASH across all device platforms.”
NexStreaming will have a NexPlayer booth at NAB Show 2017 (April 22-27th, Las Vegas). If you want to know more about this joint product with Google, you can schedule a meeting here: http://www.nexstreaming.com/schedule-a-meeting
NexStreaming is a global mobile software company with headquarters in Seoul (Korea) and branches in Spain, the US, Taiwan and China. NexStreaming is known for its excellent customer support and highly competitive time to market. Their flagship product is NexPlayer SDK, a multiscreen player SDK integrated in the mobile apps of more than 200 premium video service providers around the globe. NexPlayer SDK secures the best user experience across all devices, solving the problem of device fragmentation and time to market for the launch of new features.
NexStreaming is a publicly traded company listed on the Korean stock market, KOSDAQ 139670. For more information, visit nexstreaming.com