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Synacor Does More With Cable ONE

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BUFFALO, N.Y. and PHOENIX -- Synacor, Inc. (SYNC), leading provider of next-gen startpages, TV Everywhere solutions and cloud-based Identity Management (IDM) services across multiple devices for cable, satellite, telecom and consumer electronics companies, has expanded its agreement with Cable ONE, a leading provider of cable, high-speed Internet and phone services, to offer HBO GO and MAX GO services to subscribers. Synacor is providing cloud-based authentication and authorization through its Cloud Identity Management platform, Cloud ID. In addition to HBO GO and MAX GO, TV Everywhere content for Cable ONE subscribers will include FOX, Hulu, Turner Broadcasting and Big Ten Network. "As Cable ONE continues to expand our TV Everywhere offering we're pleased to be working with Synacor to offer more content than ever before," said David Burzynski, Cable ONE Director of Digital Media. "With Synacor's solutions, Cable ONE subscribers can access the latest TV Everywhere shows, movies, sports and news right from one convenient location." Synacor Inc.

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