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  • Digital 1 Audio Selects Avangate as eCommerce Provider

    Digital 1 Audio Selects Avangate as eCommerce Provider

    Key benefits: eCommerce with wide international selling capabilities and full integration with Uniloc's SoftAnchor™ DRM solution

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    Avangate, full service provider of electronic software distribution and reseller management solutions for software vendors, announced it recently started managing online sales and distribution operations for Digital 1 Audio, the acknowledged DJ software industry pioneer and leader, developer of the PCDJ suite of advanced digital products for professional DJs and musicians.

    Avangate's international partner network exposed Digital 1 Audio to a large set of new customers through its affiliate relationships while its technical partnership with Uniloc offered the license enforcement solution required to mitigate piracy and protect growth opportunities as PCDJ further expands into emerging markets.

    Economic conditions have put a strain on software vendors as international spending habits continue to fluctuate. Digital 1 Audio set out to address these economic challenges by identifying new market opportunities and customers, reducing software piracy and increasing per sale margins. Digital 1 Audio worked closely with Avangate to review their challenges and goals and together defined a specific set of requirements to tackle these projects.

    "Meeting international purchasing requirements is often challenging enough. Coupling the complexity of international law, multi-currency billing and payment methods with active license enforcement requires experience and a diligent eye towards end user experience", said Ryan Sherr, General Manager of Digital 1 Audio, who continues, "Avangate and Uniloc are proactive partners. With their assistance we were able to apply CodeBox to a variety of existing and new products and increased our market penetration within the first few months of our relationship."

    The Avangate solution allows Digital 1 Audio to deliver the PCDJ products seamlessly and securely to its customers. Besides impeccable ESD capabilities, with Avangate, the Digital 1 Audio team has access to international marketing and sales tools, testing options, comprehensive reports and an affiliate network that allow them to manage their online store efficiently and drive overall revenues.

    The Avangate CodeBox toolset allowed rapid adoption of Uniloc’s SoftAnchor ™ technology by the Digital 1 Audio development team while also offering key features such as in-product purchasing, trial and NFR licenses as well as sophisticated license tracking and management capabilities."

    "The global online market continues to offer growth opportunities for software publishers; however it also comes with threats such as software piracy, that due to the popularity of their products, took a particularly large toll on Digital 1 Audio's bottom line, commented Carmen Sebe, CEO of Avangate. "Besides a full-featured e-commerce platform tailored for the international market, we were able to offer Digital 1 DJ a world-leading licensing and copy protection solution thanks to our partnership with Uniloc. Our client benefits from a one stop-shop for all their software sales needs, without having to integrate multiple services" continued Sebe.

    "Software companies like Digital 1 Audio need solutions that balance their business goals with a positive user experience", said Brad Davis, CEO at Uniloc. "Using Uniloc’s SoftAnchor technology as part of the Avangate CodeBox toolset not only protects their software, but helps Digital 1 Audio build on its strong reputation and industry leadership".

    Digital 1 Audio relies on Avangate to support their customers 24x7x365 across the world, on order and payment related issues.

    Additional information

    Avangate CodeBox, fully integrated with Uniloc's SoftAnchor ™ anti-piracy and licensing solution, provides software vendors complete and reliable software copy protection, from licensing to online distribution, by adding an enhanced layer of protection to sold licenses, minimizing piracy risks while taking control of licenses currently in use.

    About Digital 1 Audio

    Digital 1 Audio, Inc. (D1DJ) develops and globally distributes the award-winning PCDJ brand of software and hardware products for professional DJs, Musicians, and Karaoke Jocks. The PCDJ suite of advanced, digital products is the acknowledged industry pioneer and leader, enabling entertainers to have significantly enhanced control over their performances.

    More information can be found on the website, at www.pcdj.com
  • Apple’s App Store Downloads Top Two Billion

    Apple’s App Store Downloads Top Two Billion

    CUPERTINO, California—September 28, 2009—Apple® today announced that more than two billion apps have been downloaded from its revolutionary App Store, the largest applications store in the world. There are now more than 85,000 apps available to the more than 50 million iPhone™ and iPod touch® customers worldwide and over 125,000 developers in Apple’s iPhone Developer Program.

    “The rate of App Store downloads continues to accelerate with users downloading a staggering two billion apps in just over a year, including more than half a billion apps this quarter alone,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “The App Store has reinvented what you can do with a mobile handheld device, and our users are clearly loving it.”

    Today, iPhone and iPod touch customers in 77 countries worldwide can choose from an incredible range of apps in 20 categories, including games, business, news, sports, health, reference and travel. With the recently introduced iTunes® 9, it’s now easier than ever to organize and sync your apps right in iTunes and they will automatically appear on your iPhone or iPod touch with the same layout.

    Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Today, Apple continues to lead the industry in innovation with its award-winning computers, OS X operating system and iLife and professional applications. Apple is also spearheading the digital media revolution with its iPod portable music and video players and iTunes online store, and has entered the mobile phone market with its revolutionary iPhone.

    via BoyGenius

  • Mobile application sales to hit $16 billion per year by 2013

    Mobile application sales to hit $16 billion per year by 2013

    The number of smartphones sold each year will increase from around 165.2 million in 2009 to 422.96 million in 2013, with the total number of smartphone users approaching 1.6 billion, according to Wireless Expertise, an UK-based wireless market research and consulting firm. Its latest report “The future of mobile application storefronts” shows how smartphone penetration will reach approximately 28-30% of the total mobile market by 2013.

    “We expect smartphone growth to have a positive impact on the number of application downloads in the short- to mid-term,” said Anuj Khanna, CEO of Wireless Expertise and author of the report. “Strong revenues are expected to come from low-end mass market smartphones and mid-to high-end feature-phones in the mid- to long-term as operators and handset manufacturers take app stores to the mass market.”

    Wireless Expertise forecasts that the global mobile app market – including games – will be worth $4.66 billion in 2009, rising to $16.60 billion, in 2013. With mobile phones outnumbering PCs around the world by 4:1, mobile applications represent an even bigger opportunity for the mobile industry than the fixed-line perceived the internet a decade ago.

    “With over four billion mobile users around the world compared to approximately one billion PCs, mobile will become the ideal channel for businesses to reach their consumers,” continued Khanna. “Mobile operators have to adopt a dual app store strategy, using the now widely-accepted app store model in conjunction with a browser-based widget store, to provide the greatest potential for a mass-market proposition.”

    The report points out that complacency from existing handset vendors and mobile operators had virtually killed the mobile content market. But mobile applications have reignited the demand for multimedia content and applications.

    Wireless Expertise credits Apple for growing and revolutionalising the applications market. “Apple has not only invigorated what was rapidly becoming a stagnant mobile content and services market, but its App Store has paved the way for professional content developers and publishers to stand side-by-side with the new breed of garage developers introducing innovative and functional apps,” said Khanna. “However, we expect Apple to face tough competition from mobile operators, independent service providers and competing vendor application portals in the next 18-24 months.”

    The report suggests that Nokia will be very active in the smartphone market and Nokia’s biggest advantage over Apple is its ability to offer Ovi on a wide range of handsets, ranging from the high-end to the mainstream. And the fact that Nokia is pushing its app store to a mass market is very encouraging.

    “Diverse and competing mobile operating systems from other vendors such as Symbian, Google Android, Microsoft Windows and Research in Motion will also help in growing the market,” concluded Khanna. “We predict the emergence of independent mobile application stores which specialise in niche content such as games and location-based services.”

    Mobile Operators releasing a mobile internet API would address the issue of fragmentation and help create a multichannel app services and content retail environment coupled with integrated billing and payment mechanisms. However, operators must be involved in the delivery and payment of the service with their own platforms giving improved revenue shares as high as 90% if they want to compete in this market.

    “The Future of Mobile Application Storefronts” market report has been published by Wireless Expertise Ltd and can be downloaded free of charge from www.wirelessexpertise.com.
  • Sonic Solutions incorporating software into devices to help facilitate Blockbuster On Demand movies

    Sonic Solutions incorporating software into devices to help facilitate Blockbuster On Demand movies

    Blockbuster Inc.’s goal to provide its multi-channel brand of movie access took another step.

    Sonic Solutions is incorporating software into a variety of third-party consumer electronics devices to help facilitate Blockbuster On Demand movies.

    Novato, Calif.-based Sonic’s Roxio CinemaNow software, which enables distribution of digital video content, is being included in TiVo digital video recorders, Samsung high-definition televisions, home theater systems, Blu-ray Disc players and select Motorola mobile phones.

    Dallas-based Blockbuster and Sonic earlier this year announced a strategic alliance aimed at furthering their brands in the CE industry. Sonic acquired Web-based movie download pioneer CinemaNow last November for $3 million in cash.

    “We will continue to work together to form relationships with more top-tier device manufacturers and expand our reach to more home and mobile electronics,” Blockbuster CEO Jim Keyes said in a statement.

    Indeed, the No. 1 DVD rental chain yesterday said it had entered into a pact with cable operators Suddenlink, Mediacom and Avail-TVN to broaden the appeal of each company’s video-on-demand service via in-store kiosks and in-store promotions. The deal would also re-brand select VOD services under the Blockbuster label, in addition to educating cable subscribers looking for a movie not available on VOD about locating a it at Blockbuster by-mail, kiosk, in-store or electronically.

    In July, Sonic said it had developed a Yahoo widget for its Roxio CinemaNow movie service, allowing those with Internet-connected HDTVs to rent and buy movies.

    Separately, social network site Facebook agreed to shutter a controversial marketing program that tracked consumer habits and resulted in a lawsuit filed against it and other companies that used the software, including Blockbuster.

    Specific to Blockbuster, litigants complained that movie rental selections were made public on Facebook without their consent. via homemediamagazine
  • Conference on P2P and Cloud Computing for Distribution of Digital Games and Game Updates

    Conference on P2P and Cloud Computing for Distribution of Digital Games and Game Updates


    In a recent press release, DCIA has announced the debut of P2P & GAMES CONFERENCE Agenda due exactly one month from today at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. The conference will be held in conjunction with Digital Hollywood Fall.

    The one to get the news out was, as usual, DCIA CEO Marty Lafferty:

    “The P2P & GAMES CONFERENCE will focus on business models, delivery services, and case studies that demonstrate the benefits of P2P and cloud computing for the distribution of games and game updates to networked devices – from PCs to consoles to mobile-phones," said DCIA CEO Marty Lafferty in making the announcement.

    The focal point for The Consumer Protection will be P2P gamer issues and how to improve customers’ service by better attending to their needs. Also, a main topic on the agenda for The Content Protection panel will be looking into games publisher problems and examining the key intellectual property concerns that need urgent solutions for best commercial success.

    Keynote speakers include Jim Kott, Co-President, Abacast; Scott Tilghman & Daniel Ernst, Principals, Hudson Square Research; Arthur Pober, American Associate, European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA); Joe Porus & Milt Ellis, Vice Presidents, Harris Interactive; Chris Hennebery, Director of Software Distribution, Yummy Interactive; Scott Ryan, President & CEO, Asankya; Eric Klinker, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), BitTorrent; Robert Levitan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Pando Networks; and Nicholas Longano, CEO & Founder, Music Mogul.

    Panelists include Hal Bringman, Founder & President, NVPR; Russell Frackman, Partner, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp; Robert Hunter, Digital Rights Consultant, Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA); Steve Masur, Managing Partner, MasurLaw; Seth Shapiro, Principal, New Amsterdam Media; and Chris Ullrich, Writer / Producer, The Flickcast and many more.

    For those interested, pre-registration ends October 15th; you can register by e-mail at P2PGC@dcia.info.

    via p2ptalk

  • Digital River to Exhibit at ad:tech London 2009

    Digital River to Exhibit at ad:tech London 2009

    Exhibit booth features its DirectTrack affiliate management platform

    MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), a leading provider of global e-commerce solutions, announced that its business unit, Direct Response Technologies, will exhibit at ad:tech London 2009. At the conference, the company will host stand #211, which will feature its DirectTrack® affiliate management platform. The exhibition and conference are being held Sept. 22-23, 2009, at the National Hall, Olympia Conference Centre in London.

    Experts from Direct Response Technologies will be on hand to showcase DirectTrack’s international affiliate marketing and tracking solution as well as best practice strategies and tactics for building a profitable online presence in global markets and emerging economies. Today, DirectTrack is used in more than 30 countries and translated into eight languages. Online companies and affiliate networks can use DirectTrack to seamlessly translate, customize and private label affiliate and advertiser interface content into any native language or currency and track campaigns based on real-time international exchange rates. In addition, companies can extend their global reach using DirectTrack’s exclusive ad-sharing and campaign distribution marketplace.

    ad:tech London is a two-day, interactive advertising and technology exhibition and conference. More information about ad:tech London can be found at: http://www.ad-tech.com/london/adtech_london.aspx.

    About Digital River, Inc.

    Digital River, Inc., a leading provider of global e-commerce solutions, builds and manages online businesses for software and game publishers, consumer electronics manufacturers, distributors, online retailers and affiliates. Its multi-channel e-commerce solution, which supports both direct and indirect sales, is designed to help companies of all sizes maximize online revenues as well as reduce the costs and risks of running an e-commerce operation. The company’s comprehensive platform offers site development and hosting, order management, fraud management, export controls, tax management, physical and digital product fulfillment, multi-lingual customer service, advanced reporting and strategic marketing services.

    Founded in 1994, Digital River is headquartered in Minneapolis with offices across the U.S., Asia, Europe and South America. For more details about Digital River, visit the corporate Web site at www.digitalriver.com or call +1 952-253-1234.

    Digital River and DirectTrack are registered trademarks of Digital River, Inc. or All other company and product names are trademarks, registrations or copyrights of their respective owners.

    Press Release Contacts

    Digital River, Inc. Media Contact: Kristin McKenzie, 952-253-1234 Ext. 38395 Public Relations Manager publicrelations@digitalriver.com or Investor Relations Contact: Ed Merritt, 952-540-3362 Vice President, Investor Relations investorrelations@digitalriver.com

    via yourstory

  • 4th phase of Stardock’s Impulse digital distribution platform are announced

    4th phase of Stardock’s Impulse digital distribution platform are announced


    Software developer Stardock (www.stardock.com) revealed the fourth phase of its popular digital distribution platform, Impulse, today (www.impulsedriven.com).

    Impulse enables users to quickly purchase, download, install and update any of thousands of available games, applications, and utilities to their machine. Once purchased, the program becomes associated with their account. If a user purchases a new PC or reformats an existing PC, a user can install Impulse, log in with their account and instantly re-download all their programs.

    In the year since its initial release, Impulse has garnered widespread support from major game and application publishers. Most new PC games, for example, are now released on Impulse and a growing number of application developers are releasing their titles on Impulse as well.

    R20;The objective of Impulse is to make it so that your software truly belongs to you,” said Brad Wardell, president & CEO of Stardock. “Anyone who has ever dug through boxes of CDs or looked through old emails to find a serial number can recognize the advantages of Impulse.”

    Impulse Phase IV is part of the ongoing series of major feature updates for the growing digital distribution platform. The new client presents a more streamlined experience for managing installed programs, has a much faster, easier to use store, and continues to improve on its unbeatable download speeds to customers.

    In addition, PC gamers will soon be able to make use of a new Impulse feature called “Ready to Play”, a revolutionary new free program that allows users to create instant virtual communities based on profiles in order to quickly get multiplayer games going with like-minded people.

    R20;Imagine Match.com or eHarmony for PC gamers where users enter in their gaming preferences and some profile data and with that data, Ready to Play can recommend other gamers with similar gaming preferences. My idea of what is ‘fun’ in an online game is probably different from that of say a teenager,” said Wardell. “With Ready to Play, now you can quickly get games going with ‘recommended’ friends.”

    Ready to Play will go into wide beta as part of the Impulse Phase IV roll-out this week. To learn more about Impulse visit www.impulsedriven.com. via dignews

  • GSI Commerce acquires Pepperjam

    GSI Commerce acquires Pepperjam

    E-commerce company GSI Commerce Inc. said Tuesday that it has acquired Internet marketing agency Pepperjam for an undisclosed price.

    King of Prussia, Pa.-based GSI runs online stores and marketing for various organizations, including the NFL.

    “The acquisition of Pepperjam is a strategic extension of our marketing services business that we believe will enhance growth opportunities for both GSI and our clients,” said Michael G. Rubin, chairman, president and CEO of GSI.

    Wilkes Barre, Pa.-based Pepperjam has 48 employees and will be a separate unit of GSI Interactive. via bizjournals


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