Digiconcepts Returns as Builder Sponsor to the 2005 PNE Prize Home

Digiconcepts Home Technologies today announced its Builder Sponsorship for the 2nd year to the 2005 PNE Prize Home.

Delta, BC - Aug. 19, 2005 - Digiconcepts Home Technologies (www.digiconcepts.ca) today announced its Builder Sponsorship for the 2nd year to the 2005 PNE Prize Home, debuting at The Fair at the PNE, Vancouver BC, August 20 - September 5, 2005.


This year's prize home is a professionally designed Colonial home featuring a stunning gourmet kitchen and great room, home office, theatre room and an elegant portico front entry. The structure combined with the exquisite finishing materials creates a cozy yet elegant feeling for the home. The two -story home will provide more than 3,000 square feet of indoor living space, and will be moved to an approximate ½ acre lot in Gibsons, on B.C.'s beautiful Sunshine Coast, following the fair.

Digiconcepts is thrilled to have installed a Leviton Integrated Networks (LIN) home system into the 2005 PNE Prize Home. "We choose the LIN system over others because of their adherence to the residential telecommunications standards" says Rudy Stebih, President and CEO of Digiconcepts Home Technologies. "These standards are paramount in order to provide the facilities that are necessary for existing and emerging telecommunications services."

The Leviton Integrated Networks home system has the capability of carrying today's services such as your telephone, cable tv, satellite and internet connections, with the capability of integrating tomorrow's technology like IPTV (Internet Protocol TV), VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), HDTV (High Definition TV) and Leviton's newest product, the Leviton Entertainment & Applications Platform (LE&AP). An all -digital media storage and retrieval system that's part of the home's structured cabling network.

We will have people on site at our sponsorship booth to show you the benefits of installing a standards compliant structured wiring system and the pitfalls of installing a proprietary or non -standard structured wiring system. An interactive multi -media display will also be on hand introducing the LE&AP systems capabilities, features & benefits. Bringing you the smart home of tomorrow today!

Digiconcepts Home Technologies is a Delta, BC based company which provides a comprehensive portfolio of Home Communications, Home Entertainment and Home Comfort solutions to the residential market. They include designing, specifying, and managing the installation of structured wiring, multi -room audio, security and automation control, and home theatre systems. They also offer clients a wide range of support services both pre - and post - design / installation.

More information is available on the company's Web site at www.digiconcepts.ca.


For More Information Contact:

Rudy Stebih
Digiconcepts HomeTechnologies
11840 83A Avenue, Delta, BC, V4C 2K3
Tel: 604 -599 -7943 Fax: 604 -599 -8971
E -Mail: rstebih@digiconcepts.ca

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