Superna announces new releases of its award winning software products

Superna, the first Digital Home company to fully leverage standard IP home networks for home control, whole-house digital media distribution and home automation, is proud to announce an exciting new upgrade to their award winning software suite.

Denver, CO (September 6, 2007) - Superna, the first Digital Home company to fully leverage standard IP home networks for home control, whole -house digital media distribution and home automation, is proud to announce an exciting new upgrade to their award winning software suite.


Superna software turns any PC into a node in the Superna Digital Home enabling home control, whole -house digital media distribution and complete home automation. The Superna software allows the PC to be part of a powerful entertainment network without affecting their ability to perform their normal tasks like email or web surfing. This means that unlike other systems that use dedicated systems, the Superna Digital Home is much less complex and a lot less expansive.

The new software release includes:

• A new version of ConfigNetTM, Superna's configuration and management software suite has the ability to configure and create interfaces for any UltraMobile PC and our new Superna 8" in -wall touch panels. ConfigNetTM also provides interoperability options with products from leading vendors such as HAI, NuVo, Russound, NetStreams and more.

• The new version of ControlWareTM, which turns any PC into a controller, interface device and network media player, now expands our media streaming capabilities beyond the home to Media RSS feeds and online Radio and TV stations through the same rich Superna graphical user interface.

• Superna's New Media Server and Media Manager offer easier management of whole -house digital media distribution. A richer user interface that includes a preview window, metadata and album art information downloaded automatically from the web enhances the user experience and increases the comfort level of users.

"Our new software products are another step in our continuous effort to revolutionize the industry." says Oded Vardi, Superna's Co -Founder and COO "Superna is committed to staying in the forefront of the home -integration industry, this new software exemplifies that commitment."

The new software versions are available immediately. Current users will be able to download the updates at no additional charge.


About Superna:
Superna develops, manufactures and markets industry standard software and hardware products that make home automation accessible and affordable to mass markets. Headquartered in Langhorne, PA, Superna has an R&D center in Tel Aviv, Israel. Superna was founded by Arik Vardi (Chairman), founder of ICQ, the world's first Instant Messaging service; Oded Vardi (COO) and former founding investor of RUSure comparative shopping program; Tim Sixtus, founder of cha! Technologies, a micropayment solutions provider, and veteran software developer, Eran Gampel (CTO). The Superna group of products including, ControlWare, ControlBox, and ConfigNet is sold and installed through a worldwide network of integrators and distributors. For more information call 800 -584 -5902 or visit us on the web at www.supernasystems.com.

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