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Skytide Awarded New Patent for Big Data Analytics

OAKLAND, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/15/13 -- Skytide, the leader in big data analytics for video, today announced that it has been issued United States Patent Number 8,346,811, covering its unique technology for analyzing and reporting extensible data from multiple sources in multiple formats.

"This latest patent further validates Skytide's unique ability to analyze the volume, velocity and variety of data types that are fueling the demand for big data analytics," said Skytide CEO, Michael O'Donnell. "We'll continue to leverage our platform technology to build applications that enable service providers, content owners and OTT providers to optimize their video investment."

About Skytide

Skytide, the leader in big data analytics for video, provides content delivery providers and digital media companies with the most complete operational view of their online video businesses, delivering the information necessary to make better-informed business decisions. Only Skytide's software-as-a-service and on-premise solutions can process massive amounts of data from disparate sources and turn it into detailed reports in real time. Skytide is venture-backed and works with leading digital media and technology companies including: British Telecom, Broadpeak, Cisco, Edgeware, Ericsson, Juniper Networks, Tata Sky, Telecom Argentina, Telecom Italia and Telstra.

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