Irdeto Intros Mobile CA System

September 2003
Broadcasting & Cable;9/22/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 38, p22
Introduces the first conditional access system in the mobile phone industry from Irdeto Access. Benefits of the system in delivering content to cellular phones and mobile devices; Contract signed by Irdeto with SK Telecom as its first customer.


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