CAMBRIDGE, MA--(Marketwire -02/15/12)- (OTC.BB: SMTP.OB - News) -- On Thursday, February 16 at 12:00 PM EST, Semyon Dukach, former MIT Blackjack Team Leader, will break his 10-year silence when delivering his keynote presentation, "From Blackjack to Micro-Caps: A Journey of Calculated Risk," at the RedChip Small Equities Virtual Conference.
Mr. Dukach is a former member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) blackjack team, whose card-counting exploits were detailed in the books "Busting Vegas and Bringing Down the House."
He currently serves as the Chairman and CEO of SMTP, Inc. (OTC.BB: SMTP.OB - News), a leading global provider of email delivery and cloud-based messaging services that works with customers in more than 150 countries worldwide. Mr. Dukach holds a BS in Computer Science from Columbia University and an MS in Computer Science from MIT.
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SMTP (http://www.SMTP.com) is a leading provider of cloud-based email marketing and delivery services to facilitate deliverability, including bulk and transactional sending, reputation management, compliance auditing, abuse processing and issue resolution. Our services provide customers with the ability to increase the deliverability of email with less time, cost and complexity than handling it themselves. SMTP, Inc. is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and on the web at http://www.smtp.com.
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- Semyon Dukach