SOURCE: Atlantis Technology Group

August 12, 2009 10:00 ET

Atlantis Technology Group's Subsidiary Global Online Television Announces Projected Sales Revenues Over $50 Million

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - August 12, 2009) - Atlantis Technology Group (PINKSHEETS: ATNO) subsidiary Global Online Television Corporation (GOTV) announces projected sales revenues of the GOTV service of over $50 Million US by year end 2010. This projected sales revenue was based on marketing research of the IPTV products offered by GOTV. The projected customer base exceeds 100,000 subscribers by year end 2010. This sales projection does not include the GO-V-Phone service soon to be offered.

IPTV statistics from "The Worldwide IPTV subscribers are forecasted to reach to 103 Million in 2011. Americas and Western Europe are expected to be the biggest markets on revenue per user basis. The worldwide IPTV Service Revenue is forecasted to reach US $38 billion and subscribers are forecasted to reach 53 million in the year 2009."


Global Online Television Corporation was originally developed by Atlantis Technology Group as a media division that would explore and further media-based technology. 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 relieve 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


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

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