Motorola Mobility announced that its SecureMedia content protection system has been approved by the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) for streaming UltraViolet content.
Cineplex Entertainment announced that it is the first retailer in Canada to offer access to the UltraViolet movie service.
Walmart announced that it is expanding its in-store Disc-to-Digital movie service.
Rovi Corporation announced that its DivX Plus Streaming digital rights management (DRM) system has been approved for use in UltraViolet services.
DTS announced that several major industry players now support DTS Express surround sound audio in their UltraViolet Common File Format (CFF) content creation tools.
castLabs announced that the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) has selected its UltraViolet Download Service Provider (DSP) for use in the UltraViolet Compliance Verification Program (CVP).
Seagate Technology announced that it is now a member of the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE), the consortium behind UltraViolet.
M-GO announced that it has signed content licensing agreements with a number of major studios and plans to become an UltraViolet retailer.
Rovi Corporation announced its new Digital Copy for Retailers system, which employs UltraViolet to convert DVD and Blu-ray Disc (BD) collections into virtual movie libraries.
BluFocus announced that it has joined the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) industry consortium, which is responsible for UltraViolet.
My Eye Media announced that it has launched its SMARTQual quality assurance testing lab as well as joined the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE).
Digital Rapids announced that its Transcode Manager 2.0 media processing software supports UltraViolet.
Rovi Corporation announced TotalCode Enterprise 2.0, a scalable, server-distributed encoding system for high volume content creation and delivery.