Enabling secure video streaming the new Mali V500 video chip will help curb piracy.
ARM Holdings, the maker of mobile phone and tablet processors, has announced a new solution called as Mali V-500 to curb piracy on mobile devices.
Till now service providers or content providers have been reluctant on high definition content streaming for the simple fact that there is little control on piracy. But with the new Mali V500 chip, the devices would be able to stream videos securely, thus it would make it impossible for people to make illegal copies of them.
The new Mali V500 video chip makes this possible with the use of company's TrustZone security technology. ARM has though not revealed which of its architectures will have the Mali V500 chip.
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