To meet the demands of a growing mobile content publishing market Nokia has launched an updated Mobile Internet Toolkit (version 4.0).
This incorporates Open Mobile Alliance DRM version 1.0. Including the content publishing feature to protect the intellectual property value of applications and content is in line with a recent report from Zelos Group, which highlights integrated support for digital rights management as a crucial concern for developers and publishers.
Other improvements to the toolkit include an update manager for new tools available through the Forum Nokia website and extra support for non-Latin character encoding for Oriental and Arabic language content creation. MMS wizards also further creation in different modes, including automatic generation from SMIL content and step-by-step part selection. Lee Epting, vp and gm of Forum Nokia, stressed the increased DRM would improve "ability to generate revenues" and "make it very easy to begin developing" content on wireless networks.