Niveus Media Readies For Windows Vista Launch, Offering CableCARD Program For Existing Customers
capabilities to new and existing customers, Niveus Media continues to expand
its forward-thinking media center solutions.
– EHX Fall – November 15-17, 2006 – Booth # 1313D – A leading designer and
manufacturer of digital entertainment solutions based on the Windows Media
Center platform, Niveus
Media announces the implementation of a CableCARD program for the company’s
Niveus Media Centers. Allowing existing customers the opportunity to augment
the company’s preceding models, all Niveus products will be able to offer the
latest Windows Vista operating system with CableCARD capabilities.
Concurrent with Window’s anticipated January 30, 2007 launch of Vista, along
with Niveus' continued commitment to offer the latest in hardware and software,
Niveus proudly encourages customers to embrace CableCARD technology within the Windows Media Center
application. With unprecedented functionality, CableCARD allows users to view
and record premium high definition digital content without the use of a set-top
box, leveraging powerful DVR functionality including a robust electronic
“Niveus has been fortunate to showcase CableCARD capabilities and applications
on our award-winning media centers, receiving overwhelming feedback on its
benefits in this category. By extending this promotion to all of our customers,
we hope to maintain our growing reputation as a forward-thinking provider of
the digital entertainment experience,” states Tim Cutting, CEO and co-founder
of Niveus Media.
With the convergence of computing and audio/video constantly evolving, Niveus
Media has provided investment protection for its high-performance media centers
in its unique chassis and upgrade programs. As Windows Vista supports OCUR
(Open Cable Uni-directional Receiver), Niveus provides a seamless process;
CableCARD can be easily inserted into an OCUR receiver. Niveus will be amongst
the first to provide a Windows-based system capturing advanced content and
capabilities by enabling users to retain the interactive EPG (electronic
program guide), while also allowing them to view and record HD digital cable
content that is stored and accessed on a Windows Vista-based Media Center
In addition to offering a CableCARD program for existing
customers at the Windows Vista launch, Niveus also plans to ship all new
CableCARD-enabled systems at that time.
Niveus Media will be demonstrating their Windows Vista-based
products at this week’s Electronic House Expo (EHX) in Long Beach, CA.
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