Position to Oversee NetStreams' Domestic and International Sales

AUSTIN, Texas - August 31, 2007 - NetStreams™, the global leader in networked audio/video distribution systems based on Internet Protocol (IP), has appointed Linda Gladden as Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Responsible for leading the company's sales efforts in the residential, commercial, and international markets, Gladden will continue to build on NetStreams' established market presence. Gladden will report to Kevin Reinis, CEO of NetStreams.

"We are extremely delighted to have Linda joining our team. Her expertise in sales execution and management in a variety of industries makes her a valuable addition to our senior executive team," said Kevin Reinis, President and CEO of NetStreams.

Formerly the Vice President of Americas and Asia Pacific Sales for Yosemite Technologies, Gladden has over 15 years of experience in the technology industry including sales, sales operations and channel management roles. Additionally, Gladden worked at Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) for nine years in a variety of channel operations roles, including director of the North America reseller channel. In this role, Gladden grew the customer base by 40 percent, recruited and developed key partners and managed the field sales organization.

Gladden was also the Vice President of worldwide channels at Sybase, Inc. (NYSE: SY), where she directed all aspects of the Company's channel sales and operations, increasing productivity by 30 percent. At Sybase, Gladden also developed, implemented and managed the Global Alliance Program. Gladden has also worked at NetManage, Inc. and Rohner & Associates.

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.

For additional information on NetStreams and its innovative products, please visit

About StreamNet
NetStreams' patent -pending StreamNet technology enables licensees to deliver complete IP -based audio/video distribution solutions over TCP/IP networks. StreamNet technology provides an end -to -end IP ecosystem for plug -n -play connectivity, A/V signal synchronization, high performance A/V reproduction, automatic device discovery and configuration, network control, and more. All products that carry the 'StreamNet Connected' logo are interoperable, enabling easy integration of audio/video and control products from multiple manufacturers. StreamNet provides a stable, easily expandable platform and toolset for future products and new applications. StreamNet enables manufacturers to deliver the future of A/V and IT convergence today. For more information, visit

NetStreams is a trademark of NetStreams L.L.C. Other company and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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