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Olumpusat Goes OTT With Kit & Akamai

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Olympusat Telecom, a strategic business division of Olympusat Holdings, Inc., the United States market leader in the development and distribution of independent Hispanic, Specialty, and Faith & Family television networks, announced today that they have entered into a strategic partnership with KIT digital, Inc. (NASDAQ: KITD), a leading video management software and services company and Akamai Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKAM), the leading cloud platform for delivering secure, high-performing user experiences to any device. This partnership will enable Olympusat Telecom to provide their customers with the most reliable and robust video and multimedia experience for their end users on any device. KIT digital’s KIT Cloud Solution and Akamai’s Sola Media Solutions enable the economic online distribution of content to the broadest possible array of devices delivering rich, high-definition quality video to broadcast-scale audiences.

Through this partnership Olympusat Telecom will offer their video, television and rich media centric customers the scalability, reliability and security needed in today’s hyper-connected world in addition to reducing costs by eliminating investment and maintenance on infrastructure.

"We are excited about working with KIT digital and Akamai,” said C. Austin Powers, President, Olympusat Telecom. “Akamai’s unparalleled knowledge and experience in content optimization and delivery across multiple devices and platforms worldwide provides us with the flexibility and reliability that we need for our entertainment television and video-centric customers and KIT digital’s video management capabilities will ensure a feature rich video offering for our customers.”

Akamai Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: AKAM)

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