Fusion Research introduces Premiere Movie Server

New entry level movie server breaks price barriers while increasing performance!

Danville, CA, 7/18/12 - Fusion Research has announced the release of a product to their movie server lineup, the Premiere Movie Server is the new entry level piece and replaces the award winning Studio Movie Server.


Based upon the recently announced EPIC platform, the Premiere retails at $2995 with an internal capacity for approximately 225 DVDs or 45 Blu-ray with the ability to expand the storage to over a thousand movies for as little as $495 license fee and adding your own storage.

Premiere also features EasyLoadTM, the unattended movie loading service for both Blu-ray and DVDs. Simply insert the disc into the front of the server and even without a display turned on, the system will automatically begin importing the movie.

One of the great values of the Premiere Movie Server is its ability to add an extra discrete movie feed, using the also new Fusion Zone Player which retail for $1495. Now two separate zones can be accomplished for under $4500 retail.

"I've had the chance to be the first Control4 dealer to test out the new Premiere Movie Server with the EPIC platform." Mentioned Kevin Luther, Owner of Blackwire Designs. "I love the fact that you can import both DVD & Blu-ray right in the front of the box. When combining with the Control4 two-way IP driver, you have a very powerful movie solution that is great for any home. With Sony Blu-ray changers now being discontinued, I think Premiere has the chance to be the defacto choice for Control4 installs everywhere."

The Premiere Movie Server is available immediately to system integration professionals, for more information, please visit www.fusionrd.com.

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