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SupersonicAds Enhances Support for Best In-Class Mobile Ad Providers to Round Out Mobile App Supply Side Platform Offering

The Addition of Support for These Partners Allows Publishers to Work With the Most Pervasive Grouping of Mobile Ad Providers on the Planet, Seamlessly and Efficiently Providing Scalable Solutions

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/14/14 -- SupersonicAds, one of the world's leading web and mobile app monetization and Supply Side platforms, announces new collaboration and support for the leading mobile ad providers of the world. SupersonicAds launched Ultra, the End-to-End Ad-channel Management Supply-Side-Platform for the App Economy in 2012 and is proud to announce enhanced support for: Aarki, AdColony, Applifier, Ebuzzing and RadiumOne.

The Ultra platform enables publishers to have a single interface to manage their ad-business, empowering them to maximize efficiency between partners in real-time with strategic insights needed to make educated decisions about their monetization opportunities. Ultra is a state of the art technology platform that utilizes a cloud based logic engine for real-time analysis with no downtime.

Support for ad-providers' native technologies allows publishers to take advantage of each provider's strengths without compromising their quality or performance potential.

Ultra is currently being leveraged by some of the top Development houses in the space: Wooga, Pretty Simple, Socialpoint, Miniclip, Meez, Peak Games, Aeria Games, Small Worlds etc.

"We chose SupersonicAds and Ultra because of its reliability and robustness. Our relationship has been profitable for Wooga and we look forward to seeing Ultra grow." - Philipp Stelzer, Wooga.

The Ultra platform is designed to support the most effective mobile ad formats including: Offerwalls, Reward-based Video, Native Display and Interstitials.

In Alphabetical Order:

About Aarki
Aarki is a leader in interactive and creative advertising technology for brands, agencies, ad networks and premium publishers. Aarki (pronounced ar-key) is a Sanskrit word meaning to rise above or elevate. The company's goal is to ensure customers can rise above their competition through cloud-based technologies that deliver highly engaging, interactive advertisements across all devices. Based in Mountain View, with offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Beijing and Manila, Aarki is backed by Walden Venture Capital. For more information, visit www.aarki.com.

About AdColony
AdColony is a mobile video advertising company whose proprietary Instant-Play™ technology serves razor sharp, full-screen video ads instantly in HD across its extensive network of iOS and Android apps, eliminating the biggest pain points in mobile video advertising: long load times and grainy, choppy video. As a leading mobile video advertising and monetization platform, AdColony works with both Fortune 500 brands and the world's top grossing publishers. AdColony is an Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Private Company, the winner of Digiday's Best Mobile Ad Network Award and was recently named #3 out of the Top 25 Mobile Advertising Partners. To learn more about AdColony, visit www.adcolony.com.

About Applifier
Applifier enables mobile game developers to more effectively acquire and monetize audience through a comprehensive suite of tools, including Everyplay® Replays and Everyplay® GameAds. In 2011, Applifier became the largest cross-promotion network of independent social application developers on Facebook, reaching over 150 million monthly active users. In 2012, Applifier launched the Everyplay® Replays beta for mobile game replay sharing, and in 2013 launched Everyplay® GameAds in-game video advertising network to acquire high quality users and increase monetization for mobile games. Today Everyplay® Replays counts over 6 million registered users with millions of shared replays from hundreds of integrated games on iOS and Android. For more information, visit http://www.applifier.com.

About Ebuzzing
Ebuzzing is the fastest growing online video technology company in Europe and the global experts in video advertising. Ebuzzing creates engaging, high impact video experiences, distributing video ads to audiences through placements within social media, and premium media properties.

To date, they have distributed thousands of campaigns for the world's leading brands including Heineken, Acer, LG, Samsung, Evian and Adidas.

Founded by Bertrand Quesada and Pierre Chappaz in 2007, Ebuzzing now has over 250 employees with offices in New York, London and across France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Luxembourg, Morocco and Dubai. Its R&D department employs 50 people, demonstrating the company's commitment to innovation.

For more information, please visit www.ebuzzing.com

About RadiumOne
RadiumOne builds software that automates media buying, making big data actionable for digital marketers. RadiumOne uses programmatic advertising to connect brands to their next customers by incorporating valuable first-party data about behaviors, actions and interests demonstrated by consumers across web and mobile touch points. Using insights and data intelligence, RadiumOne helps marketers activate customer engagement in real-time with relevant and personalized offers, messages, content and ads across devices, locations and screens.

RadiumOne boast an international salesforce sourcing campaigns directly from F500 companies, making us the leading supplier of advertising for publishers. On the user acquisition side our patent pending ShareGraph technology is the most cutting edge the market has to offer. RadiumOne enables developers and publishers of social, mobile, and online games to both acquire and monetize users in the most cost effective manner.

Based in San Francisco, RadiumOne has 12 offices across the US, Europe and Australia.

To learn more about RadiumOne, please visit http://radiumone.com

All companies will be attending GDC this coming March 17th in San Francisco and are looking forward to meeting any parties interested in their services.

About SupersonicAds
SupersonicAds is a leading global End-to-End marketing and monetization platform for the App economy. We've developed scalable and automated interfaces for both the supply and demand sides, with integrated analytics. Agencies and brands can target and engage key audiences across the most popular facebook and mobile applications. App developers can monetize all segments of their user base with a turnkey solution that provides a full stack of customizable ad formats including video, reward-based offers and native display, while also acquiring ROI positive users for their applications.

In 2013, SupersonicAds launched Ultra, a Supply-Side-Platform for App developers to manage 3rd party ad networks, direct sold and cross-promotional ads through one comprehensive interface and a single cloud-based SDK.

The company is backed by Greylock Partners, and is headquartered in Silicon Valley with key offices in New York, Los Angeles, London and Tel Aviv.

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