CEO Chris Riegel to Lead Roundtable on Large-Scale Digital Signage Deployments

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DAYTON, OH, September 8, 2008 — STRATACACHE, the leader in scalable content delivery, digital media, and caching solutions, announced it will attend

Digital Signage Expo East

(DSEE) in Philadelphia and showcase its ActiVia for Media digital signage software. The show, co-located with the Interactive Technology Expo East, will be held September 16-18 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. ActiVia for Media is a highly optimized, web-based solution for powerful digital marketing that delivers dynamic media to plasma screens or playout devices. ActiVia can manage the entire digital signage lifecycle for multi-layered playlist creation, distribution, and monitoring of digital signage networks, and features multi-zone content layout for integration with crawls, RSS feeds and customized messaging. The ActiVia distribution engine, OmniCast, reliably and efficiently distributes content to up to 250,000 concurrent devices located regionally or around the world. STRATACACHE CEO, Chris Riegel, will be participating in the new

Lunch & Learn

roundtable program, sharing insight on the planning and conception, approaches, expenses, and technical requirements of a large-scale digital media network. Riegel's hour-long roundtable discussion, titled "

Implementing a Large-Scale Digital Signage Network

," will take place at Table 6 during working lunches scheduled for 12 p.m. on both Wednesday, 9/17 and Thursday, 9/18. For information on how to register for this session, please visit

www.digitalsignageexpo.net

. Riegel will also be available in Booth #127 at DSEE, where STRATACACHE's award-winning

ActiVia for Media

solution will be showcased and available for demos.

About STRATACACHE

STRATACACHE is the world leader in efficient, scalable and cost effective content distribution, digital signage/digital cinema and application acceleration solutions for highly distributed, network connected organizations. Serving Global 2000 customers in the retail, finance, service, manufacturing, and government markets worldwide, STRATACACHE's products transparently solve large-scale content distribution, digital media, and application performance challenges while immediately providing tangible return-on-investment and dramatically improved user satisfaction. STRATACACHE is based in Dayton, Ohio, USA and is privately held. For more information please visit

www.stratacache.com

.

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