SOUTHLAKE, TX--(Marketwire - Jan 14, 2013) - Mr. Clark Ortiz, President & CEO of Swordfish Financial, Inc. (OTCQB: SWRF), a Minnesota corporation focused on the developing strategic investment opportunities, carefully reviewed and discussed the technology of iPoint Television and the future of Smart Technology.
iPoint Television is a full service IPTV, media entertainment company developing applications for all mobile and TV smart devices. Applications are the best delivery system for media streams to Smart products. TV sets, tablets, mobile telephones and set top boxes are equipped with an application store. App stores host iPoint's applications so clients could download the application and view LIVE media streams or content embedded into the application.
"The possibilities are truly endless," said Mr. Noel Trevino, CTO for SFI. "We will have the ability to provide streaming applications for every TV, Radio and Cable network globally. The content can be segregated into a variety of Apps branding each country individually."
Mr. Ortiz said, "iPoint presently provides entertainment Applications hosting LIVE media content from selected countries to cater to the specific markets." iPoint Application can be downloaded on most Android devices by visiting the Android Play Store and search for iPoint Global Entertainment.
Quick states: Total Android Downloads reached 25 Billion by 3rd QTR 2012.
About Swordfish Financial, Inc.
Swordfish Financial, Inc. (SFI) is a publicly held diversified financial company designed to acquire undercapitalized assets with high level of profitability. SFI's main products are to acquire and provide funding for organizations in the current digital, entertainment and Smart technology. SFI provides economical and efficient use of capital while providing a valuable opportunity of loans to and or investment in small and medium sized organizations increasing Investors value.
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