NIVEUS MEDIA SHOWCASES TWO INNOVATIONS 2008 DESIGN AND ENGINEERING AWARD WINNING PRODUCTS AT CES

View Denali Limited Edition, Best of Video Components winner, and Sierra Edition, Home Theater Accessories Honoree, live at the 2008 International CES.

Las Vegas, NV - CES 2008 - January 7 -10 - The Venetian Suites - On November 13, 2007, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA®) named Niveus Media, the leader in high -end digital entertainment solutions for the connected home, as an International CES Innovations 2008 Design and Engineering Awards winner. Niveus' Denali Limited Edition, boasting video scaling up to 1080p, 1.5TB of storage, and 7.1 Pro Audio, was awarded with Best of Innovations 2008 in the Video Components product category. The Sierra Edition, Niveus' first eco -friendly media server designed for large volume homebuilders, was selected as an Innovations 2008 Design and Engineering Award honoree in the Home Theater Accessories product category.


"The Niveus team is very proud to be recognized on the CES Innovations Honoree and Best -of roster, once again," expressed Niveus CEO and Co -Founder, Tim Cutting. "Niveus is dedicated to developing the most sophisticated whole -home entertainment solutions and we incorporate the most advanced audio, video, and performance features to do so. Winning Best Of for Denali LE testifies to our commitment."

As a recipient of one of the highest scores in the Video Components product category, the Denali LE boasts impressive video capabilities and incorporates Nvidia's GeForce Series 8 graphics featuring PureVideo™ HD technology for high quality video scaling up to and beyond 1080p. In addition to the award -winning video performance, one of the most distinguishing features of the Denali LE is the "Pro Audio" chipset for the highest fidelity audio reproduction. The dedicated sound card provides the cleanest and highest resolution audio from all channels (up to 7.1), and features digital -to -analog converters from Burr -Brown, chosen in top professional or consumer audio equipments around the world.

Additionally, the Denali LE features the compelling Windows Vista® operating system, CableCARD technology, HD DVD, Intel processor technology, Niveus' ConvergencePanel™ (patent -pending), and Niveus' Glacier™ Passive Cooling technology; resulting in a silent, high -performance, A/V -style media server designed for the digital home. The Denali LE provides pristine audio and video performance for superior home theater production and remarkable whole -home entertainment.

Making its official debut at the 2008 International CES as a proud Innovations Honoree, the Sierra Edition Media Server incorporates proprietary technology and represents Niveus' base -level offering, intended for those that appreciate the benefits of Media Server functionality and are looking to create an environmentally friendly, digital home.

Since 1989, the prestigious Innovations Design and Engineering Awards recognize achievements in product design and engineering in the consumer electronic category. Selected by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, engineers and members of the trade press to honor outstanding design and engineering in consumer electronics products, entrants are judged on an extensive list of criteria, including: engineering qualities, including technical specifications and materials used; product's intended use/function and user value; aesthetic and design qualities; unique and novel features; contributions to consumers' quality of life; and impact on the manufacturer's business model.

Niveus Media's Denali Limited Edition and Sierra Edition will be on display at Innovations Plus in the Sands Expo and Convention Center, Booth # 70621, during the 2008 International CES, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Visit www.CESweb.org/innovations for details.

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