Universal Remote Control and NetStreams Announce Integration of Driver That Allows Rich Control of Any Digilinx(TM) System

Universal Remote Control and NetStreams Announce Integration of Driver That Allows Rich Control of Any Digilinx(TM) System Full featured wireless control is now a click-away for any NetStreams dealer

Universal Remote Control and NetStreams Announce Integration of Driver That Allows Rich Control of Any Digilinx(TM) System

Full featured wireless control is now a click -away for any NetStreams dealer
SALT LAKE CITY, - - NetStreams, the pioneer in AV over IP networking, recently acquired by ClearOne (http://www.clearone.com) (Nasdaq: CLRO), the leading global provider of audio conferencing solutions, today announced a FREE NetSteams App is available to download on the URC Toolbox at www.urccontrolroom.com.

With the release of the DigiLinX control app for the URC MX -6000, dealers can simply log onto the Universal Remote Control ToolBox site and download the DigiLinX app for the URC MX -6000 controller for free. The addition of the DigiLinX new application for the MX -6000 controller gives users a powerful whole house controller in the palm of their hands that is easy and quick to configure. All of the NetStreams functions are built -into the MX -6000 controller including the tactical buttons on the remote such as volume up and down, mute, channel up and down. The simple scroll wheel allows quick and precise selections through even the largest media library and playlists.

"The two -way module NetStreams has developed for the MX -6000 provides a new level of WiFi control for a DigiLinX project," said Scott Woolley, Director Product Management Multimedia and Networking Products, at ClearOne. "Controls include: lighting, HVAC, security and of course all the audio and video controls."

"We are excited to have NetStreams as one of our Platinum members in our Complete Control Partner Program (CCPP)," said Mitchell Klein, URC's director of business development. Klein adds, "Our network remotes are a natural accompaniment to the NetStreams systems and we are delighted to have this offering for mutual dealers."

"The DigiLinX application on the URC Toolbox works very well," said Bradley Elliott, Vice President of Electronic Lifestyle Associates. "We have three NetStreams / URC systems in our demo house and we are now getting 3 referrals a week from the URC website."

About ClearOne

ClearOne is a communications solutions company that develops and sells audio conferencing systems and other related products for audio, video, and web conferencing applications. The reliability, flexibility, and performance of ClearOne's comprehensive solutions create a natural communications environment, which saves organizations time and money by enabling more effective and efficient communication. For more information, visit ClearOne's website at www.clearone.com.

About NetStreams

Founded in 2002, 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. For additional information on NetStreams and its innovative products, please visit www.netstreams.com.

ClearOne Contact:

Scott Woolley

801 -303 -3513

scott.woolley@clearone.com


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SOURCE ClearOne

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