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Albis Technologies Chooses 202 Communications for Global Public Relations Services

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 202 Communications, a public relations and marketing communications agency specializing in the cable, satellite, and telecommunications industries, today announced that it is serving as PR agency of record for Albis Technologies, a pioneer in H.264 IPTV set-top boxes. After initially retaining 202 Communications on a project basis in early 2012, the company's Multimedia Products division has engaged the firm to manage its worldwide public relations efforts. Leveraging strong relationships with key members of the trade press, 202 Communications will help increase Albis Technologies' brand visibility in the global broadcast and telecommunications sectors.

"Albis Technologies offers a comprehensive set-top box portfolio that includes IPTV and hybrid DVB solutions designed to optimize the end user experience," said Samina Husain, senior business development manager, Albis Technologies. "Partnering with an experienced public relations team such as 202 Communications, we hope to effectively and significantly improve awareness about our powerful offerings in order to reach new markets and customers."

Albis Technologies' innovative digital set-top box solutions enhance system and graphic performance through advanced system-on-a-chip technology, promote efficient middleware integration through open APIs, and help customers to accelerate new service deployments via a flexible software framework. Customers, partners, and end users benefit from the company's expert knowledge, superior product quality, and reliable support. Headquartered in Switzerland, Albis Technologies has a global reach spanning more than 40 countries.

"We're very excited to be working with this world-class technology vendor," said Carolyn Archambault, general manager at 202 Communications. "We look forward to collaborating with Albis Technologies to develop and execute an integrated public relations campaign that captures the attention of high-profile media outlets around the world."

More information about Albis Technologies is available at www.albistechnologies.com.

About 202 Communications (www.202comms.com)
202 Communications is a public relations and marketing communications agency that specializes in supporting small- to medium-sized technology suppliers to the telecommunications, satellite, and cable markets — industries faced with historic media convergence and enormous consumer demand for additional services. 202 Communications helps its clients gain exposure in industry-specific media by leveraging long-standing relationships and a team of communications professionals.

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