Version 2.0 MediaCloQ Technology Rolls Out in September
PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 27, 2001--Today Phoenix-based SunnComm Inc. announced the completion of Version 2.0 of MediaCloQ designed to substantially reduce the illicit copying of music CDs.
This Version 2.0 provides significant improvements in compatibility with a broad range of devices used by consumers to listen to music. The enhancements maintain a high level of security to protect the music industry from the current onslaught of piracy while improving compatibility in personal computers and DVD players.
Stanley Babowicz, principal scientist for SunnComm, said, "The improvements in Version 2.0 extend the capabilities of Version 1.0, released earlier this year." He continued, "Version 2.0 of MediaCloQ offers new developments in security technology while expanding access on PC and DVD platforms."
SunnComm's chairman, John D. Aquilino, stated, "Our efforts are focused on continued improvement of our technologies in the face of a rapidly changing market. The enhanced capabilities of Version 2.0 raise the bar and set a new standard for copy protection and PC compatibility.
"The SunnComm solution outpaces our competition by providing robust security while not violating the integrity of the music itself."
SunnComm Inc. is a leader in digital content security for optical media with its MediaCloQ suite of products. The SunnComm technology was commercially released by Music City records and became the United States' first "cloaked" audio CD. "Charley Pride -- A Tribute to Jim Reeves" is available at retailers around the world.
SunnComm develops proprietary (patents pending) software applications designed to protect digital intellectual property from unauthorized duplication.
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