HDCP 2.2 compliant protection for premium content

HDCP 2.2 compliant protection for premium content

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High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection 2.2 (HDCP 2.2) is an essential security technology that allows consumers to enjoy high definition premium content anywhere and anytime, while safeguarding the rights of media producers to protect their investment in programming production. The tVault HDCP 2.2 consists of firmware, standard APIs, hardware support and acceleration that runs efficiently in limited resource environments. The solution integrates seamlessly within frameworks such as ARM TrustZone, where the critical security components are embedded in a trusted and secure OS environment.

The non-critical components are executed by the rich OS, such as Android. The tVault HDCP 2.2 enables SoC vendors, OEMs, ODMs and network operators to rapidly bring products to market with robust, standards-compliant security. The solution is based on the latest specification HDCP IIA Revision 2.2 and it supports all mandatory elements of copy protection: authentication and key exchange, content encryption and system renewability. It is backwards compatible with HDCP 2.0 and 2.1. The new HDCP 2.2 includes a number of enhancements and updates to the HDCP Interface Independent Adaptation (HDCP IIA) specification. For instance, HDCP security is required for Wi-Fi Display (WFD) Miracast enabled devices. WFD/Miracast is an industry-wide solution for seamlessly displaying premium content between devices without cables or a network connection.

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