SOURCE: Atlantis Technology Group

February 26, 2010 15:00 ET

Atlantis Technology Group Subsidiary Global Online Television Corporation Has Relocated Its Headquarters to Fort Lauderdale, FL

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - February 26, 2010) -  Atlantis Technology Group (PINKSHEETS: ATNP) subsidiary Global Online Television Corporation has relocated to 2320 NE 9th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL to accommodate additional staffing for customer service, sales, and tech support. Due to the fact our servers are in a collocation, this will not interrupt the GOTV IPTV service. Our new facility is currently built out for sales, tech support, customer service, and additional offices.

To view a picture of the new GOTV headquarters, click here http://gotvco.com/images/newoffice.jpg

If you live in the Miami / Fort Lauderdale area and would like to be a part of our staff please send your application to applications@gotvco.com.

About Global Online Television (GOTV)

GOTV brings the largest internet protocol television networks together for your home television viewing. IPTV is TV to TV using standard broadband connections thus making it possible for 93% of the world's broadband users to receive its streams. Using the IPTV and Microsoft Windows Media Player, the video stream is delivered to your home television over any broadband internet connection. This means that if you already have a connection, like DSL or cable modem, then you're ready to go. To find out more about Global Online Television please visit http://www.gotvco.com.

About Atlantis Technology Group

Atlantis Technology Group was formed to establish privately held and publicly traded technology companies that focus primarily on high-growth investments that are at the leading edge of business and technological innovation.

To find out more about Atlantis Technology Group please visit http://www.atlantistechnologygroup.com

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