NetStreams Introduces International Language Support

New Software Enables GUI on Touchscreens and Web Devices to Display International Languages on Control and Metadata

DENVER, Colorado | September 4, 2008 | NetStreams™, the global leader in networked A/V systems based on Internet Protocol (IP) standards, now offers its new multi -lingual GUI software package for its international dealers and installers here today at the CEDIA Expo, the world's largest exposition devoted to whole house entertainment anc control systems. Developed for NetStreams TouchLinX™ IP -Based in -wall LCD touch screen controllers, as well as third party web devices, the user interface can now be programmed in 13 different languages, including French, German, Russian, or Chinese, providing end -users with a solution in their native language. Available only to authorized dealers, NetStreams is demonstrating the new DigiLinX Dealer Setup system configuration software at booth number 930 in the main exhibit hall.

"The international markets of Asia and Europe, especially in rapidly expanding economies like China and Russia, have been a tremendous growth engine for the company and continue to represent a fertile market for products like ours," said Kevin Reinis, President and CEO of NetStreams. "Giving our installers the ability to customize each interface to suit the language needs of each user will enhance the end -users' experience and give our dealers a competitive edge."

Part of the NetStreams' DigiLinX™ IP -Based Multi -Room Audio, Video and Control
solution, the new GUI is compatible with the TouchLinX TL700 and TL430, 7 -inch and 4.3 -inch LCD touch screens respectively, as well as third party web devices. The GUI displays control functionality of any audio/video source connected, including lighting systems, HVAC, IP cameras, security, and other home automation functions in the local language. Meta -data, such as artist, album, song, cover art and play list, will continue to be displayed in its native sourced language.

The GUI can be programmed to display all accessible control functions in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Slovenian, or simplified Chinese characters.

About NetStreams
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NetStreams delivers the Ultimate IP A/V Experience by distributing high definition audio and video over TCP/IP networks. NetStreams' products, designed for commercial and residential use, offer unprecedented levels of performance, functionality, simplicity, reliability, and expandability. By combining audio/video content, meta -data and control signals into one stream and incorporating industry standards, NetStreams solutions are a smart investment. NetStreams is enabling the future of IP A/V - today.

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NetStreams, DigiLinX, and TouchLinX are trademarks of NetStreams L.L.C. Other company and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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