Preventia to Unveil Functioning Prototype of Anti-Piracy Technology; Demo for Global Software Indust
Preventia to Unveil Functioning Prototype of Anti-Piracy Technology; Demo for Global Software Industry by November 30
TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- DRM Informatics Corp. ("DRMI"), subsidiary of Preventia, Inc., (OTCBB: PVTA) plans to unveil a functioning prototype of its patent-protected anti-piracy technology by November 30. A demonstration for global software industry users and buyers is expected to provide evidence of the effectiveness of this solution to digital piracy, theft, and unauthorized use of digital property.
Alan Mintzer, DRMI CEO, notes, "Never before has software piracy been fought in this manner. I believe all digital media industries will find our soon-to-be-completed technology prototype extremely effective in eliminating the piracy of their products. Our solution is simple yet sophisticated. Thanks to the skill of the DRMI development staff, we expect the prototype to be completed by the November 30 deadline and look forward to demonstrating this remarkable product to the software industry."
Robert Stevens, Preventia CEO, states, "Preventia is delighted to confirm that the concentrated effort by DRMI has exceeded our expectations in both development and scheduling. We look forward to unveiling their anti-piracy solution to the world's markets."
The Company expects test marketing to the software industry will commence shortly following the demonstration process.
About Preventia, Inc.
Preventia, Inc., a Nevada corporation, is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Preventia works with corporate clients through its subsidiary, Preventia Group Corp., to develop, market and distribute financial products for dematerialization and electronic trading. The Company offers a patented electronic trading platform with respect to the foregoing. Preventia will pursue interesting projects from time to time that appear to further enhance its corporate influence and establish itself in a primary position in various developing markets.
About DRM Informatics Corp.
DRM Informatics Corp., a subsidiary of Preventia, Inc., was incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware on October 7, 2009. DRMI's activities to date have been limited to organization and capital formation, research and preliminary development. Initially targeting the software industry, DRMI is now developing anti-piracy products to provide all industries with a solution to unlicensed use of digital media.
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