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Triad provisioning interface, Clearleap streaming services link to deliver on demand content to North Carolina’s Greenlight Cable

ATLANTA, GA – FEBRUARY 21, 2012 – Enhanced Telecommunications (d/b/a) ETI Software Solutions, Inc., (ETI) (www.etisoftware.superiorux.com) has announced its integration with Clearleap’s cloud-based streaming services. The interface enables television service providers to create a fully operator-branded subscriber experience such as such as those offered by Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu by streaming content directly to connected set-tops, devices and TVs.

“The Triad-Clearleap integration gives telco video providers power to compete with third party streaming services by providing content over existing broadband networks and by leveraging the provisioning and billing through their existing Triad system,” said Pete Pifer, Chairman and CEO of ETI Software Solutions. “This quick and cost-effective integration is a win-win because the provider can give subscribers more viewing options without vastly increasing operating expense.”

The City of Wilson, North Carolina, will be the first deployment of the Triad-Clearleap interface. “Our Greenlight subscribers want to be able to enjoy on-demand video and streaming content” said Will Aycock, Broadband Operations Manager/ITS Manager for City of Wilson. “Not only does this interface open up a world of viewing possibilities to our subscribers, it keeps our CSR experience simple because it is automated through Triad.”

“ETI has an excellent reputation for delivering seamless integration across all major IPTV platforms,” said Clearleap CEO Braxton Jarratt. “Operators choosing the Triad provisioning and billing system with Clearleap streaming services can get into the on demand game at a low cost capital investment with nominal storage costs. This powerful combination also offers operators nearly endless content options via the cloud.”

“Two firms from Georgia are having a tremendous impact on the world of telecommunications,” noted Pifer. “When innovative companies like ETI and Clearleap work together, the result is a win for the service provider and the subscriber.”

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