Oregan Networks launches Oregan Media Browser bringing broadband media services to multiple devices

Oregan Networks announces commercial availability of its Oregan™ Media Browser - a standards-based solution for delivery of media content to convergent Consumer Electronics and Consumer Premises Equipment with IP connectivity.

London, UK, 11 April 2005 - Oregan Networks, a leading supplier of embedded software building blocks for digital home entertainment platforms, announces commercial availability of its Oregan™ Media Browser - a standards -based solution for delivery of media content to convergent Consumer Electronics and Consumer Premises Equipment with IP connectivity.


Oregan Media Browser may be licensed and ported to digital entertainment products by ODM / OEMs, or is available as a turnkey solution on multiple hardware platforms for production of IP -STBs, Network DVD Players, digital media adaptors and networked televisions.

'Oregan's vision of a growing market for convergent entertainment devices capable of delivery of content over broadband IP and distribution of that content within the digital home, has been implemented in a solution that enables a consistent user experience as well as uniformity of the underlying mechanisms for network media -related functionalities.' said Milya Timergaleyeva, Oregan Networks' VP of Marketing.

About Oregan™ Media Browser
Oregan Media Browser enables broadband IP delivery of digital entertainment content to resource -constrained Consumer Electronics and Consumer Premises Equipment, as well as facilitating mobility of digital media within the home network.

Oregan Media Browser provides an optimal architectural integration of three content delivery modules: TV Browser and UI Engine, IPTV Client and DLNA Player and Server.

The core of Oregan's solution is its W3C recommendations -compliant embedded web browser and user interface engine, enabling advanced web browsing and graphics rendering on TV -centric entertainment platforms. The web browser delivers the functionality of a Unified User Interface for converged media: web based services, IPTV, and home network media.

Oregan's TV browser module features support for HTML 4.01, XHTML1.0, Macromedia® Flash® content, JavaScript 1.5, CSS -2, CSS -TV, and DOM -2 enabling Dynamic HTML. The browser has a compact 2MB footprint and executes within 8MB SDRAM.

About Oregan Networks Ltd.
Oregan Networks is a leading provider of embedded software for convergent digital home
entertainment devices. Oregan offers unique expertise in highly integrated media client
solutions catering for IPTV, VOD and home network media distribution.

Oregan is privately owned, with headquarters in London (UK) and branch offices in USA,
Japan and Taiwan. Since incorporation in 1997, the company has positioned itself to capitalise on the rapid expansion of the digital entertainment market, counting Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and Philips Electronics amongst its customers.

Oregan participates in the UPnP® Forum and Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA), to
ensure compliance with rigorous quality and consumer device interoperability standards.

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Trademark Notice
Oregan Networks and Oregan Media Browser are trademarks of Oregan Networks.

Macromedia and Macromedia Flash are trademarks or registered trademarks of Macromedia, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Macromedia does not sponsor, affiliate, or endorse products, and/or services of Oregan Networks.

All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective holders.


Oregan Networks Ltd. PR contact: Milya Timergaleyeva

press@oregan.net
Phone: +44 (0)20 8846 0993

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