Qube Wire taps into a comprehensive database of nearly every screen across the world, built through partnerships with key digital cinema companies or self-managed by theatres. A dedicated and meticulous team works tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the accuracy of the data.
In Qube Wire, each rights assignment creates a Distribution KDM (DKDM), targeting the company’s unique digital certificate, that includes a validity period and can have specific territorial constraints, a patent-pending enhancement that we pioneered. This allows content owners to assign rights to distributors for each territory and those distributors can, within the constraints of the assigned territories, make further rights assignments or theatrical bookings.
When you assign rights to another company within the Qube Wire ecosystem, you can also specify the level of approval needed for further assignments and bookings. You can thus allow a distributor total freedom to make regional bookings while optionally retaining the right to audit, or choose to individually approve every booking by the distributor.
Because things change all the time and equipment is sometimes down for maintenance or moved between screens, we have a 24/7 support team that ensures that any issues are attended to quickly and efficiently. Every communication we send to theatres has all of our international support contact details so we can fix any problems without you having to worry about it.
We applied our vast experience in building DCI servers with their FIPS 140-2 secure media blocks to design an advanced security architecture for Qube Wire that is unmatched in the industry, using redundant Thales Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) to encrypt every private key. We’re delighted that the Qube Wire security design won an award for Best Deployment and Case Study at the 2015 RSA Conference.