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RAMP Holdings Inc. (called EveryZing until November 2009), is a company located in Woburn, Massachusetts which develops technology for delivering video content. The company spun out of former parent BBN Technologies in 2006. It was known as PodZinger before 2007.
BBN has been in the government research business for four decades and built the first commercial node on the ARPANET. BBN’s core speech recognizer was developed from roughly $100MM in government research grants, centered primarily around DARPA’s Gale project. EveryZing received initial funding for the spinout from BBN, as well as the core intellectual property. EveryZing has raised a second round of funding from Accel Partners, General Catalyst Partners, and Fairhaven Capital. In May 2009, the company signed a lease in an office complex in Woburn, Massachusetts, with plans to relocate there.
EveryZing has developed two products which are licensed primarily to large media companies. ezSEO is a white labeled, hosted search engine optimization solution for making audio and video discoverable with major search engines such as Google and Yahoo. ezSEARCH is a "universal site search" product which combines text, images, audio, and video.
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- "ezSEO – The Web’s First Video SEO Solution".
- "ezSearch – Your Gateway to Online Multimedia Profits".
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