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JAWZ, Emagebox to build secure network for entertainment, advertising transfer

News | 05/17/2001 4:00 am EDT

A group of Toronto security consult has gotten onto the ground floor of the emerging digital content protection industry through a new partnership. JAWZ Inc has formed a partnership with Toronto-based Emagebox.com Inc to help build a new network for the distribution of entertainment and advertising material. The company was chosen as the encryption and protection vendor for Emagebox’s as-yet-unannounced Linux-based digital warehouse and distribution network, details of which are being kept under tight wraps until the product launches late this year. JAWZ officials say the network will provide unprecedented file transfer speeds for digital and digitized content such as advertising spots for static and interactive displays.

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