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IBC sees ACCESS Demonstrate How its DLNA Media Sharing and HTML5 Browser Solutions are Driving Multi-screen Revolution

Oberhausen, Germany, − September 4, 2013 − ACCESS CO., LTD, a global provider of advanced software technologies to the mobile, beyond-PC and digital TV markets, today announced that IBC (ACCESS stand 14.101) will see it demonstrate how its NetFront™ Living Connect DLNA Technology Component™ and NextFront™ Browser NX solutions are driving multi-screen monetization.

ACCESS will host on-stand demonstrations to show how operators and content providers can benefit from DLNA and HTML5 to better control and monetize media sharing in the connected home. The IBC demonstrations show how ACCESS provides solutions that enable operators to monetize multi-screen through:

  • Sharing premium content between set-tops, TVs, smartphones, tablets and other CE devices
  • Enabling and measuring deeper consumer interaction with content, operators, broadcasters and brands
  • Reducing the cost and time to deploy multi-screen monetization

ACCESS and partner Zenterio will demonstrate how the integration of ACCESS’ solutions in Zenterio’s independent operating system for TV client devices enables operators and content providers to deliver enriched media sharing experiences, including LiveTV streams and Personal Video Recorder (PVR) content via managed set-top-boxes or unmanaged connected devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones. ACCESS’ solutions can also be integrated with operator Conditional Access systems for additional features such as enhanced reporting and ‘studio confident’ content protection.

“Our solutions provide an extra layer of ‘studio-confident’ security that offers a safer approach to seamlessly share content throughout the home, and are supported by robust multi-screen technologies such as DLNA, HTML5, and OTT/social TV platforms to ensure that desirable experiences can be delivered and monetized on all screens” says Kiyo Oishi, Chairman, ACCESS Europe.

In addition to the demonstrations, ACCESS will provide complementary versions of a Parks Associates whitepaper examining the ways in which security and multi-screen interact for operators, the content industry and the consumer. The whitepaper emphasizes the importance of usability, which plays an increasingly big part in the User Experience as consumers expect to view the content of their choice on any device at any time, and anywhere, which adds more complexity for operators and content providers looking for ways to monitor media sharing habits and better monetize them.

“Our business is all about taking standards, making sure we’re interoperable with as many partners as possible and where necessary extending functionality to drive multi-screen monetization,” continues Oishi.

“Our exciting new product NetFront Living Connect-Secure is a great example of these goals. It combines our industry leading DLNA Technology Component, NetFront Living Connect, with Conditional Access Systems to provide the ‘studio confident’ security needed before content owners will allow the most valuable content to be stored on laptops, smartphones and tablets. Visitors to IBC will be able to see this critical multi-screen monetization driver live,” concludes Oishi.

The ACCESS multi-room and multi-screen solutions on show include:

  • NetFront™ Living Connect – a DLNA Technology Component which has been integrated with conditional access to provide ‘studio confident’ media-sharing and also enables Operators to deploy DLNA Premium Video Guidelines
  • NetFront™ Browser NX – a lightning fast WebKit-based HTML5 browser that provides a UI and application development platform for advanced TV services
  • ACCESS™ MediaPilot is a software solution for Microsoft® Windows® PC, iOS and Android that enables end-consumers to seamlessly access, share and control digital media between any local network connected device in their home network.

If you would like to obtain a copy of the white paper looking at the issues surrounding multi-screen monetization, please visit THE MULTISCREEN BLOG. The white paper, ‘New Market Realities in Content Delivery’, was written and researched by Parks Associates.

    Note to editors:
  • If you would like to make an appointment to meet ACCESS at IBC 2013, please contact Segolene Roche,, tel: +44 207 486 4900.

ACCESS CO., LTD. is a global provider of advanced software solutions and services that enable operators, device manufacturers, content owners and consumers to make the most of today’s multi-screen, connected world. It provides software for mobiles, smartphones and tablets, connected TVs and set-top boxes in the connected home, automotive, digital publishing and networking markets. ACCESS solutions have shipped in over one billion devices around the world. Its product portfolio includes the NetFront™ Software Series and the ZebOS® network platform, providing customers faster time-to-market, flexibility and customizability; the ACCESSTM Digital Publishing Ecosystem for cloud-based, cross-platform digital publishing and the NetAd mobile advertising platform. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, the company is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (Mothers’ Index, 4813) and operates subsidiaries and affiliates in Asia, Europe and the United States. Learn more about ACCESS at

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