Envive Announces TheaterStation Clients, v2.0 Software, and a new 4TB 'Green' TheaterStation Server

Client/Server architecture, more storage, secure back-up's and more...

Dallas, TX - July 7, 2009 - Envive, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of our much anticipated TheaterStation Client™. The TheaterStation Client™ (TSClient) enables users to play content (films, music, and home movies) in up to 5 unique zones within a home or business when connected to a single TheaterStation Server™ over a standard 10/100 wired network. The TSClient features cool and quiet operation (25 -30dB), HDMI and SPDIF connectivity, a 10/100/1000 LAN, and an amazing ~6''x6''x2'' footprint. Clients also feature the same easy -to -use three dimensional Spin™ user interface found on the TheaterStation server.

Additionally, Envive will offer a no -cost software upgrade to current TheaterStation users which will support the new Client/Server architecture. This software update contains a number of major enhancements and features such as support for clients, improved WiFi compatibility, an enhanced Music OSD, and improved HDTV support when using an HDMI connection. Users will begin receiving the version 2.0 update via mail by August, 2009.
As part of Envive's commitment to continual improvement, a new Backup & Restore feature is built into the TheaterStation product as part of the 2.0 server update. This new feature allows users to make a periodic back -up of their content. Envive is also offering a 2TB external USB hard drive solution (TSX2TB) which is compatible with all TheaterStation products. Through continued development and a strong focus on customer feedback, TheaterStation Media Servers are poised to continue providing users a complete, simple and expandable content management and delivery platform for the masses.

"The management team at Envive is constantly in communication with a fantastic group of dealers and integrators who support TheaterStation daily," says Arash Marzban, VP of Sales and Marketing, "The feedback we receive from our dealers helps Envive focus our energy on key features that deliver the most value to the community."

To supplement growing media collections, TheaterStation servers are now available in three configurations, a 1TB (TS2125), 2TB (TS2250), and a new 4TB (TS2500) server. The 4TB TheaterStation TS2500 server utilizes Western Digital's state of the art Green hard drives. Heralding lower power consumption, cool & quiet operation, and combined with Envive's commitment to the environment through the use of ROHS Certified components, the TS2500 is world's easiest to use, environmentally friendly media server. A 4TB external back -up accessory will also be available for users wishing to securely backup and restore their servers by Q4 2009.

The new TS2500 and TSClient are available through Envive's nationwide network of Envive Certified systems integrators as of July 7, 2009. Please contact your local integrator or Envive to find a dealer near you!

About Envive, Inc.
Envive, Inc. is a media solutions company providing unique, innovative, and cost effective products that allow an experience of digital media in ways never before possible. Focusing on emerging markets and technologies, Envive enables today's Digital Home users to enhance their home entertainment experience by simplifying complex solutions into Easy -To -Use solutions. Please visit www.enviveit.com to learn more.

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