DivX Plus Streaming has been approved by studios and adopted by companies helping to drive over-the-top entertainment distribution. The advanced adaptive streaming format has gained the support of IC vendors including Broadcom, MediaTek, MStar, and Qualcomm and has been selected to power video delivery for a range of online entertainment services. The DivX DRM (digital rights management) solution, as used in DivX Plus Streaming, was also recently approved by the DECE (Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem consortium). With the approval, DivX Plus Streaming may be easily used by UltraViolet retailers to deliver a consistently high quality over-the-top video streaming experience. Designed for a new generation of entertainment experiences, Rovi is currently integrating support for High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC/H.265) into DivX Plus Streaming. The latest compression standard is expected to help reduce storage and bandwidth costs and deliver an optimized viewing experience.
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About Rovi Corporation
Rovi powers the discovery, delivery, display and monetization of digital entertainment. With innovative technology solutions for consumer electronics manufacturers, service providers, content producers, advertisers, retailers and websites, Rovi connects people and the entertainment they love. The company holds over 5,000 issued or pending patents worldwide and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. More information about Rovi can be found at
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