August 27, 2014 8:49 PM ET

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Company Overview of Bluestack Systems, Inc.

Company Overview

Bluestack Systems, Inc. provides mobile application players for PC, MAC, and TV. The company offers BlueStacks App Player, a software solution that lets users run mobile applications in browser, and on PC or Mac; and Gamepop, a mobile game console that allows users to play mobile games on their TVs. The company serves customers in the United States and internationally. Bluestack Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Gudgud, Inc. and changed its name to Bluestack Systems, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in Campbell, California.

2105 South Bascom Avenue

Suite 380

Campbell, CA 95008

United States

Founded in 2008

Phone:

408-757-1679

Fax:

408-530-9797

Key Executives for Bluestack Systems, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Senior Vice President of Products
Chief Technology Officer
Senior Vice President of Global Sales & Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Bluestack Systems, Inc. Key Developments

AMD and BlueStacks to Bring New Dual-OS Android Solution to Retail

AMD announced the retail availability of a new BlueStacks dual-OS Android solution, optimized for AMD APUs, with expected consumer availability in the second half of 2014. The AMD and BlueStacks joint solution brings the complete Google Android(TM) OS experience to select Microsoft(R) Windows-based AMD-based tablets, 2-in-1s, notebooks and desktops in select retail stores. The availability in retail stores of the virtualized Android solution, unveiled at CES earlier this year, will allow consumers to easily access both Windows and Android environments, side-by-side, on select AMD-based PCs. The BlueStacks solution will first be made available with several key retail partners across EMEA later this year, including Elkjop Group. PC buyers will have the choice of an AMD-BlueStacks upgrade when buying an AMD-based PC at select retailers. Easy integration of BlueStacks for retail customers effectively bridges the divide between mobile and PC, and the retail solution requires no additional driver or extension support.

AMD and BlueStacks to Bring New Dual-Os Android Solution to Retail

AMD announced the retail availability of a new BlueStacks dual-OS Android solution, optimized for AMD APUs, with expected consumer availability in the second half of 2014. The AMD and BlueStacks joint solution brings the complete Google Android(TM) OS experience to select Microsoft(R) Windows-based AMD-based tablets, 2-in-1s, notebooks and desktops in select retail stores. The availability in retail stores of the virtualized Android solution, unveiled at CES earlier this year, will allow consumers to easily access both Windows and Android environments, side-by-side, on select AMD-based PCs. The BlueStacks solution will first be made available with several key retail partners across EMEA later this year, including Elkjop Group. PC buyers will have the choice of an AMD-BlueStacks upgrade when buying an AMD-based PC at select retailers. Easy integration of BlueStacks for retail customers effectively bridges the divide between mobile and PC, and the retail solution requires no additional driver or extension support. The retail version of BlueStacks running on a Windows PC powered by select AMD APUs offers: a familiar Android user interface, including settings, configuration and customization controls. The ability to run Android apps within a window or at full-screen resolution leveraging direct access to AMD graphics processing power. Support for hundreds of thousands of Android apps direct from various Android app stores, as well as synchronization between the same apps being run on the user's stand-alone Android devices. Seamless interoperability through direct file sharing that enables Android apps to access files stored within the Windows file system. Support for sensors like built-in cameras, accelerometer, gyroscope and others.

E-FUN, Inc. Announces Partnership with BlueStacks for Nextbook Android Tablets and APEN Line of Touch Pens

E-FUN, Inc. has announced a partnership with BlueStacks for Nextbook android tablets and APEN line of touch pens. With the partnership, Nextbook users will be able to sync apps, photos and SMS between their Android tablet and their Windows or Mac computers using the BlueStacks FoneLink cloud service. E FUN's patented APEN touch pens will also integrate the BlueStacks App Player, allowing users to play touch-enabled apps from their smartphone full screen on Windows and Mac computers. BlueStacks' FoneLink app and cloud service allows users to sync their favorite mobile content across all their devices. The BlueStacks App Player software allows anyone to play any mobile app on a desktop, laptop or Windows tablet.

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