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Cedar will now provide Compudigm's new seePOWER visualisation tool as an embedded option within Content Value Management (CVM), its own suite of knowledge management products designed to bring together information on topics of particular importance to an individual user or a team.
About Macrovision Macrovision develops and markets content value management and software value management technologies for the home video, PC games, music, cable/satellite, consumer software, and enterprise software industries.
That understanding is codified in a methodology we call Content Value Management or CVM.
This acquisition lets Cedar accelerate its strategic move into an emerging market place that it calls Content Value Management (CVM).
VeriBIT joins VeriTOC(TM), Macrovision's recently announced patent family covering passive music CD technologies, as a second key strategic intellectual property licensing initiative to accelerate technology adoption spanning a broader content value management ecosystem comprised of packaged media, online distribution and hardware devices.
Macrovision's content value management solutions are designed to allow consumers to transparently view programming on all types of televisions, while preventing unauthorized copying on home and portable viewing devices.
This delivers a simple and cohesive cross-enterprise content management platform and provides intuitive enterprise content value management.
Cedar Consulting will continue to invest in the company's Content Value Management (CVM) knowledge visualization solution, which is achieving significant growth in the industry.