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VeriSign Acquires Moreover Technologies

VeriSign, Inc. (http://www.verisign.com), a provider of infrastructure services for the Internet and telecommunications networks, announced the acquisition of Moreover Technologies, Inc. (http://www.moreover.com), a wholesale aggregator of real-time content for Web sites, search engines, and enterprise customers. The companies said that by combining Moreover's content aggregation services with VeriSign's global feed management infrastructure, VeriSign will offer bloggers, publishers, enterprises, and Web portals a more intelligent and scalable real-time content platform.

The new content aggregation services will utilize VeriSign's ping server infrastructure. Currently, Moreover aggregates more than 12,000 news sources and millions of blogs. Harvesting information from across 126 countries in 25 languages, Moreover uses an advanced content tagging system with more than 30 metadata tags and 380 categories to deliver hundreds of thousands of unduplicated real-time content articles every day. Customers such as MSN, AskJeeves, and BBC use Moreover's technology to provide their customers with real-time news and content while hundreds of other enterprises use the technology to garner real-time information about market and business trends.

Source: VeriSign, Inc.



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