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Chartboost today announced an expansion of the company's Direct Deals offering, an option for developers to buy and sell traffic directly with other developers without paying fees. Groups for Direct Deals enable mobile game developers to create their own networks, making it easier to find partners and run campaigns with each other. 

Harmonic, which provides video delivery infrastructure, today announced that Indonesian telecommunications provider Biznet Networks has deployed a comprehensive Harmonic solution to power its new Broadband Internet + Cable TV service called max3. Relying on a fully integrated IP-based headend that features scalable video and edge processing solutions from Harmonic, Biznet Networks can cost-effectively deliver high-quality video content and an increased channel lineup to subscribers in Jakarta and to viewers in Bandung and Bali in the near future. 

Fixmo, a provider of mobile security and mobility management solutions, today announced that it has acquired Perlego Systems, Inc., a developer of carrier-grade data protection and personal privacy solutions for smartphones and tablets. Through the acquisition, Perlego will become the Fixmo Carrier Services (Fixmo CS) division of Fixmo, and will continue to operate out of their offices in Issaquah, Washington. Fixmo CS will focus on delivering consumer-oriented mobile security and personal protection solutions through wireless operators and mobile device retailer channels. 

SEVEN Networks announced today that it is collaborating with Intel Corporation on mobile network technologies based on SEVEN’s Open Channel® product family. “We feel that Intel has the potential to be a major player in the mobile market, and that SEVEN’s experience with wireless network and traffic optimization complements the company’s vast technology and experience in complex systems and networks,” said Ross Bott, President and CEO of SEVEN Networks.

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