NanoTech Entertainment, Inc. (OTCMKTS:NTEK) and Paramount Pictures of U.S. have decided to enter into a distribution agreement concerning the broadcasting of “G.I. JOE: RETALIATION” on former’s Ultra HD network.
NanoTech is known for offering crystal clear high-definition picture quality and availability of global hit G.I. JOE will ensure that maximum people are drawn to NanoTech Entertainment. According to terms of the agreement, the film had been made available from the beginning of April 2015.
Why G.I. JOE At This Point:
Critics called it a high-flying, stunning, super- fun movie packed with world-class action scenes. It managed to earn over $375 million all over the world, which prompted the company to make it available on UltraFlix network. The presence of Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis, D.J. Cotrona, Adrianne Palicki and Jonathan Pryce makes it a perfect action thriller that viewers would like to enjoy in ultra HD print.
Plans Apart From G.I. JOE:
The primary objective of NanoTech Entertainment behind making available G.I. Joe Retaliation to its viewers is to ensure that they get supreme content in the best available quality. Apart from this blockbuster, UltraFlix has also decided to offer the largest library of 4K content to its users. With this offering, UltraFlix has once again established itself as the most diverse and the largest 4K content provider.
It doesn’t want to leave any stone unturned; hence, it has added a wide range of offerings to its portfolio. Its 4K content comprises of action, sci-fi, drama, comedy and family movies to concerts, extreme sports video, special events, TV shows, etc. Users can watch free content for over 100 hours; something hardly anyone offers in today’s scenario.
Technologies in Place:
UltraFlix wants to make sure that users don’t have to move to any other place for the quality content; therefore, it makes available high-end technologies, excellent bandwidth management, and adaptive streaming. The management of the NanoTech looks forward to taking many such initiatives shortly.