Sunnyvale, CA -- August 19, 2008 – Intertrust Technologies Corporation announced today that it has entered into a patent licensing agreement with Nokia Corporation. The license grants Nokia worldwide access to Intertrust’s broad portfolio of inventions in the areas of digital rights management (DRM) and trusted computing.
Licensed technologies covered under the agreement include those relating to the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA), Marlin DRM specifications, and various trusted distributed mobile computing standards.
Intertrust is a founding member of several initiatives promoting open standards in the DRM area including the Marlin Developer Community and the Marlin Trust Management Organization.
“This license provides Nokia with the design freedom to deliver many advanced features in mobile computing,” said Matti Kauppi, vice president of Intellectual Property Rights, Nokia. “We have previously worked with Intertrust and are pleased that our thinking regarding the development of DRM technology has once again come closer together.”
"Nokia is a wireless market leader whose innovative products continue to set and drive major mobile trends," said Talal Shamoon, chief executive officer of Intertrust. "We look forward to Nokia incorporating our technology into exciting new mobile devices and services that benefit content providers and consumers."
About Intertrust Technologies Corporation
Intertrust invents, develops and licenses intellectual property for Digital Rights Management (DRM) and trusted computing. The Company holds over 100 patents and has over 300 patent applications pending worldwide. Intertrust’s inventions enable a broad range of products that use DRM and trusted computing technologies, including operating systems, digital media platforms, consumer electronics and mobile computing devices, web services, and secure enterprise automation.
Intertrust is headquartered in Silicon Valley, has regional offices in London and Beijing and operates a joint research laboratory with Tsinghua University.