Mediatti Communications, Inc. (“Mediatti” or the “Company”) was formerly a cable multiple system operator (MSO), comprised of seven independent system operators with over one million homes in its franchise areas, before it merged with Jupiter Telecommunications Co (J-COM) in April 2009. In addition to traditional video services, Mediatti also offered broadband Internet and VoIP services through its cable networks. The Company was initially established as a joint venture between an investor group led by Olympus Capital Asia and Tomen Corporation, a Japanese trading company. In February 2004, Olympus Capital took over control of the company and brought in Liberty Global International (LGI), a major international cable operator, as a partner. Olympus Capital and LGI jointly sold their stake in the company to J-COM, Japan's leading MSO with over 40 systems, in 2009.