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Clearleap, an IBM Company
3100 Breckinridge Blvd.
Building 1200

Duluth GA 30096
USA

Phone: 770.418.2800
Fax: 866.438.2317
Web site: www.clearleap.com
 
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Clearleap’s multiscreen platform powers compelling new multiscreen business opportunities for premium content owners and pay TV providers.  In use today by some of the largest names in media and sports, Clearleap’s video streaming solution enables brands such as HBO, A+E Networks, Sony Movie Channel, BBC America, Travel Channel, Time Warner Cable, Food Network, and Verizon to deliver the best streaming experience on every device. Privately held, Clearleap is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and has data center hubs strategically placed across the United States and Europe.  For more information, please visit www.clearleap.com.

http://www.clearleap.com

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This company is listed in the following categories:
Online Video PlatformsMedia/Entertainment Video
Articles Mentioned
IBM Acquires Ustream, Creates Cloud-Based Video Services Unit
Ustream will join other IBM acquisition targets—Clearleap, Cleversafe, and Aspera—in comprising an end-to-end cloud video solution.
Harmonic Acquiring Thomson Video Networks; IBM Buying Clearleap
Harmonic puts together a team that can attract customers on a global scale, while IBM looks to bolster its cloud services.
OTT Subscribers Much Happier With Service Than Cable Subscribers
Younger and older adults watch OTT content differently, with younger viewers more comfortable with smaller screens and login sharing.
Cocktails at IBC 2015
Roundup of cocktail parties on-site and off, during IBC 2015
Sports Fans in No Hurry to Cut the Cord, Finds Clearleap Survey
Will cable survive now that Sling TV offers ESPN streaming? A survey suggests that sports viewers are happy to stick with what they have.

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