HORSHAM, Pa., May 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Finally, entertainment—everywhere. The future of TV delivered securely... today. Time Warner Cable's subscribers will be able to enjoy their favorite Hollywood and Broadcast Network entertainment on their device of choice—thanks to SecureMedia from Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE: MMI). SecureMedia Encryptonite ONE™ HLS+ is the award-winning security component of Motorola's Medios suite of content-delivery innovations for today's multi-screen ecosystem. The solution is a single content distribution platform based on the HLS adaptive streaming protocol that enables operators to securely deliver linear and on-demand content to a wide range of devices – including smartphones, tablets, game consoles, and connected TVs and Blu-Ray players. Time Warner Cable selected the SecureMedia Encryptonite ONE HLS+ solution to streamline its video distribution across a variety of devices and avoid the cost and complication of operating multiple streaming platforms and security systems to reach multiple device types. "Our consumers are watching more media on more screens. As a leading operator in delivering multi-screen experiences, we're invested in making that experience as seamless and enjoyable as possible," said Mike Hayashi, Executive Vice President, Architecture, Development & Engineering at Time Warner Cable. "We chose Motorola because it's the leader in content security. We selected SecureMedia because it streamlines the way we distribute secure video to multiple devices, ensuring that our millions of subscribers can view all of the premium content they want, on the devices they want, while protecting studios' rights." Service providers face a distinct challenge with multi-screen content delivery in an increasingly fragmented device world: securing content specifically for each and every device to which that content will be delivered. SecureMedia Encryptonite ONE™ HLS+ solves that scalability issue with a standards-based solution that consolidates content preparation and encryption onto a single platform, so that service providers only have to encode and encrypt it once—for delivery to multiple devices.