Philips has announced that it's latest chip for supporting media applications in the automotive market will include for Digital Rights Management. Snippet:
Infotainment applications such as advanced audio and connectivity will see high growth rates over the coming years. Philips' Nexperia automotive qualified media processors offer the exact functionality needed for car manufacturers to meet this demand including media playback and recording, interfacing for a variety of storage media and support for key connectivity standards such as USB, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The Nexperia media processors take in-car infotainment a step further by enabling support of next generation media formats that will integrate Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology.