Pulse (San Francisco), a leader in 3D animation and rich media forthe Web, announced that it has acquired Sonicopia (San Francisco), aprovider of interactive audio solutions for digital media. In thepreparation for the acquisition, the two companies have already begunintegrating Sonicopia’s audio technology into the Pulse platform,which will take affect with version 5.0 of the Pulse product line.While the Pulse platform previously supported interactive audio forcontent streaming to a Pulse Player window, Sonicopia’stechnology can additionally sonify all HTML elements external to thePulse Player window on any page.
Sonicopia founder Stuart Dubey stated, "Pulse and Sonicopia bothshare the vision and passion for revolutionizing the Web experience andtogether will provide rich media solutions that create ROI-buildingexperiences for an ever growing host of marquee clients."
Pulse chief executive officer Fred Angelopoulos added, "Together,our businesses create a combination unmatched by other companies in therich media market."
The acquisition includes Sonicopia’s technology, engineeringand production teams and their expertise, exclusive use of itsstate-of-the-art digital audio production facilities and access tolibraries of thousands of sound assets.
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