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High performance and low latency computing specialist Martin Thompson joins Push Technology as consultant and advisor

Software guru to enhance and accelerate intelligent messaging platform's capabilities

20th June 2012 - Push Technology, an innovative technology and solutions specialist that focuses on pushing data beyond the edge, today announced the highly anticipated arrival of Martin Thompson (@mjpt777) who joins the growing company as a consultant and advisor.

Recognised as a leader in his field, Martin brings unrivalled experience to the business in challenging the boundaries of what is considered the norm and applying technology in ways that make a fundamental difference. Having worked on concurrent data structures that set new standards of performance and won the Oracle Duke Award for Innovation as a result, Martin is renowned for building and developing ground-breaking solutions that transform the possibilities of quality, performance and user experience.

"At Push Technology, our unique and distinct capabilities have catapulted the business into the front line of smart data distribution," explained Push Technology's CEO, Sean Bowen. "We have built intelligent middleware that literally changes the dynamic for organisations wishing to deliver conversations, transactions and information to anyone, anywhere and are confident that Martin's unrivalled experience will bring new thinking to the design, development and implementation of our software."

"Push Technology represents a new breed of company with an asynchronous system that can help organisations in the development of interesting and quality solutions which open up what is possible for businesses in publishing, delivering and exchanging data with clients in a rich and meaningful way," added Martin Thompson. "The market is lacking good asynchronous systems that give a fast, quality and rich user experience, so I look forward to helping this exciting start up to scale and realise its growth potential."

As Push Technology strengthens its global foothold in financial services and social gaming with the launch of its New York office and appointment of Oracle's Tony DeMaria as VP North American Sales, Martin Thompson joins at a pivotal time for the company's growth.


For further information, visit www.pushtechnology.com or contact [email protected].

About Push Technology
Founded in 2006 and headquartered in London, Push Technology is an innovative and global technology and solutions specialist that focuses on pushing data beyond the edge, and is setting new standards for smart.data.distribution. With offices in New York, Maidenhead and London, it has hundreds of man years' experience working on mission-critical data and messaging solutions for leading companies in the Financial Services, e-Gaming, Social Gaming and Digital Media Sectors. It is this expertise and leadership in smart data distribution, coupled with a proven track-record in successful implementations that has earned Push Technology its hard-won reputation for cutting-edge, reliable, scalable and high performing solutions.

Working with Push Technology, organisations with demanding real-time two-way communications requirements - such as online gaming companies, financial institutions, brokers, traders, spread betting firms and news feed providers - can successfully redefine the boundaries of their Internet performance.

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