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ActiveVideo Connects With HTML5

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- ActiveVideo Networks™ today announced the launch of the latest version of the CloudTV™ platform that will revolutionize television navigation and other advanced television applications for customers of multichannel video service providers.

The new CloudTV H5™ platform, which is being shown for the first time at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, leverages support for applications written in HTML5 to enable the fastest and most flexible delivery of unsurpassed user experiences to any set-top box. Using the platform, multichannel providers can offer rich, animated “iVOD” experiences that enhance VOD with intelligent search, discovery, and personalization, creating engagement and driving revenues in a multi-screen environment.

ActiveVideo Networks will be showing navigation interfaces and other applications on the CloudTV H5 platform in its suite at the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel and at partner exhibits during CES 2012 January 10-13.

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