Atlona Technologies' full line of extenders covers all digital and analog formats. See them at CEDIA 08

Atlona Technologies has an extender for every Digital or Analog video format from Composite to HD-SDI or DVI-D to HDMI.

San Jose, CA - June 1, 2008 - Atlona Technologies lives on the bleeding edge of video transfer. The company is constantly striving to release products that will satisfy the needs of the Consumer and Professional AV market. "Running any thing other that CAT5 or CAT6 is a thing of the past" Say Michael Khain, product manager. The company has company will continue to stand behind this even after the market is flooded with wireless HD extension devices early next year. "There are many reasons we will not see cables going away anytime soon" Says Michael, "First off, wireless will never be as stable or as far reaching as wired solutions, secondly running CAT5 will still be cheaper than shelling out $1000 for a wireless extender"


Most recently the company released its DVI15SRS, a passive single CAT5 DVI -D extender. With the addition of DVI, Atlona has a single CAT5 extender for every currently used Video format on the market including HDMI. Atlona has plans to release a single CAT5 DisplayPort extender before the end of the year. Look for these extenders and many other hot products to be displayed at this years CEDIA Expo in Denver, CO.

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For more information, press only:
Christopher Bundy, (408) 954 -8782, Chris@atlona.com

For more information on Atlona Technologies:
http://www.atlona.com

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