The Digital Media Project

Date

2010/06/10

No.

1301/P21-2

Source

GA26

Title

Call for participation in the DMP workshop on the P21-2 digital media platform for the 2nd decade of the 21st century, Geneva, 2010/07/31

Call for participation in the DMP workshop on
The P21-2 digital media platform for the 2nd decade of the 21st century

(Room A, ITU building, Geneva, 2010/07/31)

With the deployment of successful examples of digital media value chains, it is time to make real the Digital Media Project (DMP) vision of a world of innumerable end-to-end interoperable digital media value chains - as opposed to the current proprietary examples - deployed to serve the needs of a large number of users, over and beyond the digital rights management component that has been the DMP focus so far.

DMP believes that the emerging MPEG/ITU Advanced IPTV Terminal standard is an excellent starting point for a project aiming at the development of an industry-grade digital media platform - called the dmp21-2 platform, or simply P21-2 - for exclusive use by DMP members who have appropriately contributed to its development. The DMP is uniquely qualified as it has produced the specification of the Interoperable DRM Platform (IDP), developed an open source implementation (Chillout), contributed to international standardisation (MSAF) and carried out field trials.

The P21-2 workshop to be held in Geneva, CH on 2010/07/31 will discuss the manifold aspects related to the set up and management of this project. We seek speakers addressing, among others, the following topics

See the draft P21-2 workshop program and read about the P21-2 project rationale.

If you intend to participate in the P21-2 workshop please send an email to secretariat@dmpf.org with subject line “P21-2 workshop”. If you intend to speak at the P21-2 workshop please send an email to touradj.ebrahimi@epfl.ch with a brief abstract of your intended contribution.

DMP will hold the first P212 meeting on the afternoon of the 2th of July. This will be open to DMP members and invited technical experts.