Inteset Announces CableCARD Availability

Hanover MA, August 28, 2007, Inteset, LLC has announced the
availability of CableCARD in its server systems. Inteset now provides an option
for up to two (2) internal OCUR tuners that support CableCARD in its Denzel and
Maximus servers.

The Inteset CableCARD solution allows customers to replace their high
definition cable box with an Inteset server to view one standard or high
definition premium program while recording another. OCUR tuners can be used
without the CableCARD add-on from the local cable company in which case
unencrypted QAM (non-premium digital cable) is supported. In addition, all
Inteset systems are now available using the Windows Vista operating system from
Microsoft which is required for the use of OCUR tuners.

Dealers have been asking for CableCARD for some time. Inteset has held off on
offering CableCARD for the Windows Vista platform until third-party drivers for
the OS were more stable and up-to-date. Inteset had been working closely with
its OEM partner, Microsoft, and the driver vendors during that time and have
now qualified its systems for use with these major features.

“CableCARD and the Windows Vista operating system have been highly anticipated.
We’re now delighted to offer it to our patient dealers,” says David Hirsh,
Inteset Director of Business Development.

“It has been a pleasure working with Inteset on the CableCARD project,” says
Mike Arntzen, Business Development Manager of Entertainment and Devices
Divisions’ eHome Group at Microsoft Corp. “Inteset works hard to satisfy the
needs of the installer channel. It’s great to see a company such as Inteset as
committed to the channel as Microsoft is.”

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Inteset products will be on display during the September 07’ CEDIA show in Denver,
CO in Booth #326.

About Inteset

Inteset, LLC has been creating high-end home entertainment
products since 2003. Inteset offers three categories of products based on the
Windows Media Center platform: media servers, media extenders, and exclusive
software for its systems. The near silent media servers come with up to 6TB of
internal, protected storage with the ability to expand externally. The advanced
media extenders are independent systems as well as A/V distribution clients.
All systems are shipped with an enriched Windows Media Center interface that
includes a movie management module and a multi-zone music module among other
exclusive software offerings. These systems appeal to A/V dealers and
integrators for their high-integrity construction, reliability, ease-of-use,
unique entertainment modules and services, price point, and interoperability
with advanced control systems.

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