Sunnyvale, CA, February 12, 2008 – Intertrust Technologies Corporation today announced that they have signed a long-term patent license that grants Motorola global rights to practice Intertrust's broad inventions in trusted distributed computing and digital rights management. Motorola's license covers all products, including mobile and digital television devices.
Examples of licensed trusted distributed computing technologies include trusted mobile application technologies. Licensed digital rights management technologies include Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) and Marlin DRM.
"Motorola is a leading market innovator," said Talal Shamoon, chief executive officer of Intertrust Technologies. "It's a pleasure to welcome them to Intertrust's growing licensee community who recognize our value in the mobile and digital television markets."
About Intertrust Technologies Corporation
Intertrust develops and licenses intellectual property for Digital Rights Management (DRM) and trusted computing. The company holds over 100 patents and has over 250 patent applications pending worldwide.
Intertrust's patent portfolio covers software and hardware techniques that can be implemented in a broad range of products that use DRM and trusted computing technologies, including computer operating systems, digital media platforms, web services, and enterprise infrastructure.
Intertrust has research, engineering, and IP groups focusing on