OnQ Technologies Receives Electronic House 2003 Product of the Year Award

OnQ Technologies, Inc., the leader in the home networking systems market, recently received the Electronic House Magazine "2003 Product of the Year" award for the OnQ® 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System.

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OnQ Technologies Receives Electronic House 2003 Product of the Year Award for the 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System


Harrisburg, PA (September 6, 2003) - OnQ Technologies, Inc., the leader in the home networking systems market, recently received the Electronic House Magazine "2003 Product of the Year" award for the OnQ® 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System. OnQ Technologies was honored with the "2002 Product of the Year" award last year by Electronic House Magazine for the OnQ A -BUS® Audio System, making this the second year OnQ received the honor.

"The OnQ 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System was chosen unanimously by our judges because of its technical innovation, and outstanding features," says Cindy Davis, Editor -in -Chief at Electronic House Magazine. "It was particularly hard to choose our favorites this year, but in the end, it was unanimous that we honor OnQ Technologies and the 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System for contributions made to the electronic house industry, as well as to the consumer audience."

Designed specifically for residential installations, the award -winning OnQ 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System uses standard telephones, which typically cost up to 80% less than proprietary business telephones, to support features such as voicemail, door intercom, fax detection, and room monitoring, without the need for additional equipment. The phone system carries up to 10 extensions, each with two outlet locations. The OnQ 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System provides homeowners with the convenience of having a residential telephone system with advanced features such as music -on -hold, auto -attendant, and internal calling, all in a convenient OnQ module for up to 40% less than competitor's telephone systems.

The Electronic House 2003 Product of the Year award recognizes outstanding contributions made to the industry based on technical innovation, overall value, and outstanding features. The OnQ 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System was chosen as an award -winning product from hundreds on entries received. Judging criteria was based on reviews throughout the year, product demos, and installer feedback.

The Electronic House Magazine, produced monthly by EH Publishing, is the leading consumer publication that focuses on all aspects of the connected home. In authoritative feature articles, timely departments and product reviews, Electronic House covers home automation, home entertainment, small office/home office technology, wireless communications, energy management, telecommunications, and structured wiring.

OnQ Technologies, Inc. is a privately held corporation, headquartered in Harrisburg, PA. The industry -leading OnQ Home Network System is sold and installed through the nationwide network of OnQ Professional Installers and distributors. For more information, call (800) 321 -2343 or visit the OnQ website at www.onqtech.com.

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