Cardea (DRM)

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Cardea is the codename for portable version of Windows Media DRM for network devices, whose marketing name is Windows Media DRM for Network Devices (or in short form WMDRM-ND) introduced by Microsoft. It is used for streaming protected digital media across a network for immediate playback.

Janus (DRM) is a similar system for portable devices, but is used for synchronization.