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October 10, 2007 -- Markham, Ontario: Digital Rapids - a leading developer of scalable solutions for content ingest, encoding, transcoding, protection, streaming and delivery - has moved its corporate headquarters into a new, significantly larger location.

Still located in Markham, Ontario - just minutes North of Toronto - the new address is:

Digital Rapids Corporation
90 Allstate Parkway, Suite 700
Markham, Ontario
L3R 6H3
Canada


Existing phone and fax numbers remain the same.


“At close to three times the size of our previous facility and with further expansion potential, our new headquarters is well-equipped to accommodate our present and future growth as we continue to expand our teams in all areas of the company from support to R&D,” said Brick Eksten, President of Digital Rapids Corporation.


About Digital Rapids Corporation - Digital Rapids is a leading developer of professional hardware and software solutions for video ingest, encoding, transcoding, protection, streaming, and delivery. Digital Rapids offers solutions that scale from individual applications to enterprise and global workflows, with the proven expertise to help our customers maximize their productivity and the value of their content in the evolving digital media market. Digital Rapids products integrate seamlessly into new and existing post production, broadcast, institutional and media distribution environments, dramatically increasing the volume and quality of media produced while lowering overall costs. Digital Rapids Corporation (www.digital-rapids.com) is headquartered in Ontario, Canada with sales offices in the United States, the UK and Australia.

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