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11th January 2012

TransGaming Expands GameTree TV Architecture With MIPS Processor

transgamingMultiplatform deployer of interactive entertainment TransGaming Inc. announced today that it has expanded GameTree™ TV, TransGaming’s premier on-demand Smart TV gaming platform, to support set-top boxes based on the MIPS® architecture from MIPS Technologies. MIPS Technologies is the leading provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores for the global set-top box market, with its processors shipping in more than 75% of set-top boxes worldwide.

Leveraging its relationship with MIPS Technologies, TransGaming can now offer interactive entertainment solutions that operate on set-top boxes deployed in the North American and broader global markets of Cable, IPTV and Satellite operators. With this expanded support and the recent acquisition of Oberon Media’s iTV and Connected TV division, TransGaming is reinforcing its position as the number one interactive entertainment provider for the digital home.GameTreeTV

“GameTree TV is an essential platform for delivering interactive entertainment to the connected living room, and is an ideal vehicle to fully demonstrate the capabilities of MIPS-Based digital home devices,” said Gideon Intrater, Vice President of Marketing, MIPS Technologies. “TransGaming plays an important role in the Smart TV value chain by offering CE manufacturers and managed service operators the ability to deliver top-tier interactive entertainment on devices deployed today, with a clear migration path to deliver content to next-generation devices.”

“Through our relationship with MIPS Technologies, TransGaming can now deliver the GameTree TV experience and its world renowned library of interactive content to the multitude of MIPS-based set-top boxes being deployed to millions of households worldwide,” commented Vikas Gupta, CEO & President of TransGaming Inc. “Expanding our support for new and innovative system-on-chip processors marks another milestone in the planned evolution of GameTree TV. The combination of MIPS-based chip-sets and the GameTree TV platform is a force that will propel the Smart TV revolution to greater heights.”

If you are at CES and would like to learn more about the MIPS-based GameTree TV solution or to see a demonstration, contact TransGaming at sales@transgaming.com or MIPS Technologies at info@mips.com to arrange an appointment at the MIPS Technologies CES Hospitality Suite.

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