Soundcloud partners with BuyDRM to safeguard music streams

Soundcloud partners with BuyDRM to safeguard music streams

Music streaming platform SoundCloud has chosen BuyDRM's KeyOS MultiKey Managed Service Offering (MSO), BuyDRM this week announced.

This partnership addresses the critical issue of preventing unauthorized content distribution and streaming piracy.

By integrating KeyOS MSO within its own network infrastructure, SoundCloud will gain greater command over its content security measures. BuyDRM's highly regarded KeyOS platform delivers robust security essential in safeguarding premium media assets.

"Soundcloud is the new voice of music around the world with over 250 million tracks available and nearly 175 million monthly listeners," said Christopher Levy, BuyDRM CEO & Co-Founder. "We are excited to provide the content security that will support Soundcloud in protecting artists intellectual property and to creating the ability to deliver it in new and exciting ways."

BuyDRM's KeyOS Content Security Platform enjoys both studio approval and the confidence of numerous major players within the media and entertainment sectors. This comprehensive platform incorporates potent Multi-DRM (Digital Rights Management) and watermarking technologies.

"The ability to deploy BuyDRM's MultiKey MSO inside of our own network which offers unlimited scalability and flat rate pricing was an extremely attractive scenario for our use case," said Don Browning, Soundcloud, SVP of Data and Platform Engineering "the addition of Digital Rights Management on our platform will be a driver for many new features that Soundcloud has in store including downloads and offline playback."

BuyDRM™ stands at the forefront of content security for the entertainment, enterprise, education, and hospitality markets. Their KeyOS platform empowers some of the most recognizable names in media and technology. BuyDRM's extensive track record of successful commercial deployments has solidified their position as a trusted content security partner for the likes of ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), Daily Rounds, Deluxe Digital, EPIX, FuboTV, and many more.

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