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June 2, 2011
Clearleap Announces Integrated Support for iPad Tablet Applications
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Clearleap’s APIs Enable Rapid Development of Robust Applications on Multiple Platforms

Atlanta, GA, June 2, 2011 – Clearleap, the web-based TV technology platform, now enables TV operators to quickly and easily bring an IP-based video service to tablets through its Stream On Demand solution.  Clearleap’s flexible APIs enable rapid, custom application development for any IP-connected device without the time consuming, complex and costly development effort usually required to bring new full feature applications to market.

Clearleap’s APIs were designed to allow application developers to focus on the user experience while Clearleap universally manages provisioning, billing, authentication, security, parental controls and PIN management across any device. Developers can use Stream On Demand’s APIs to integrate personalization, robust search and navigation features, critic and peer reviews and book marking across any connected device while still ensuring quality of service.  The APIs round out the Stream On Demand offering to allow TV operators full support for any IP-connected device-from next generation set-top boxes and connected TVs to the exploding tablet market.

“TV operators want both turnkey applications and the flexibility to completely customize the look and feel of the user interface,” said Clearleap co-founder and chief executive officer, Braxton Jarratt. “Stream On Demand gives operators the best of both worlds; rapid deployment and complete control over how the content is experienced.”

itaas, a leading interactive video application developer, has developed an application for navigating and viewing streaming video content on  iPad and other mobile devices via the Clearleap platform.  The two companies plan to demonstrate fully functional cable TV applications on an iPad at the 2011 Cable Show taking place in Chicago this June.

“At itaas, our expertise is bringing technologies together that ultimately benefit the consumer and give the service provider a competitive edge,” said Jatin Desai, chief technical officer at itaas. “Connecting existing service provider systems with new devices such as an iPad with the Clearleap Stream On Demand solution is an example of how we enable our customers to extend their digital video delivery capabilities.”


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Anne Hohenberger
Aries Market Masters
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