Red Herring Selects OpenPeak For Top 100 Innovators Award

OpenPeak Inc., a leading provider of software enabling control of digital content, consumer electronics and systems in the Digital Home, today was selected by Red Herring for its "Top 100 Innovators Award."

Red Herring Selects OpenPeak For Top 100 Innovators Award


PRESITIGOUS AWARD RECOGNIZES COMPANIES THAT EMBODY INNOVATION

BOCA RATON, FLORIDA - December 07, 2004 - OpenPeak Inc., a leading provider of software enabling control of digital content, consumer electronics and systems in the Digital Home, today was selected by Red Herring for its "Top 100 Innovators Award."
"Selection for the Innovation 100 award puts OpenPeak in an elite group," said Joel Dreyfuss, Editor -in -Chief of Red Herring. The editorial board used a careful analysis of financial data as well as subjective criteria, including quality of management, execution of strategy and dedication to research and development in selecting from more than 1,000 companies from around the world. "The Top 100 Innovators shows that imagination and creativity are alive and well in the world of technology," Dreyfuss added.
"We appreciate Red Herring's recognition of OpenPeak's accomplishments in the field of control of digital content, consumer electronics and systems that form the foundation for the emerging Digital Home," said Andrew Lona, Chief Marketing Officer of OpenPeak. "Our team is proud of its achievements, patented inventions and partnerships with global companies that put the benefits of our technology into the hands of consumers," Lona added.
Red Herring announced the Top 100 Innovators Award recipients today in San Francisco.
ABOUT OPENPEAK
OpenPeak Inc. creates innovative software that enables a simple user interface for WiFi control of consumer electronics, digital media, computers and home systems. The company's consumer -friendly software applications are designed for use by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in their products. Using devices equipped with OpenPeak's unique interface software, consumers are able to wirelessly control and distribute digital content as well as control consumer electronics and home systems. OpenPeak also creates hardware reference designs for devices that enable the Digital Home, such as WiFi -IR and WiFi -Serial bridges. The company's software has been licensed to Philips Consumer Electronics and other OEM partners will be announced soon. The privately held company is based in Boca Raton, Florida. Additional information about the company is available at www.openpeak.com.

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