SanDisk & SK Telecom Announce Card Based Mobile PVR

Posted: Feb 11 2008, 7:40am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:08am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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SanDisk and SK Telecom have teamed up for a new personal video recording device that uses SanDisk’s TrustedFlash along with services from SK Telecom. The new product allows mobile users to view and record paid mobile TV content anytime from anywhere on the wireless network. SK Telecom is the largest mobile provider in Korea.

"By combining our proven, industry-standard OMA(1) DRM(2) version 2.0-compliant DRM solution and services, TrustedFlash security technology and mobile storage solutions from SanDisk, we can set new standards for secure content recording and distribution," said Dr. Se-Hyun Oh, president of C&I Biz Company, SK Telecom. "Together, SanDisk and SK Telecom can create new usage and business models that allow mobile TV users to have more freedom to enjoy the purchased content and allow mobile TV operators to adopt a variety of pricing and business models."

The SanDisk TrustedFlash memory cards protect content from unauthorized copying or redistribution while allowing the user to take the recorded content with them to new handsets. The flash drives also allow the content to be played on a computer as well.

Via SanDisk

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