A Chinese inflight specialist has launched a Bring Your Own Device approach to In-Flight entertainment, in the process opting to use Intertrust’s Marlin DRM to protect it.

The service comes from Chinese In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) provider Donica Aviation Engineering and Indian content distribution platform Kiora, teaming up to provide a combined hardware and software platform for wireless IFE, based on Marlin DRM. Marlin made an investment in Kiora three years ago and has been working with it ever since on what the two call content hotspots. This is, in effect, a content hotspot in the sky.

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