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CodexNovus Digital Media Player Wins 2007 EXC!TE Award

Custom Retailer Magazine Names ISF-Certified HDcodex DML-1600 as EXC!TE Award Winner

CHAMPAIGN, IL – September 12, 2007 – CodexNovus, the leader in stand-alone and networked media server products, announced that the company’s HDcodex DML-1600 stand-alone digital media player was named the winner of an EXC!TE Award, sponsored by Custom Retailer Magazine. The EXC!TE Awards honor products that best exemplify the excitement and growth of the custom installation and consumer electronics industries. Winners are chosen by Custom Retailer’s Editors and Contributors, as well as selected retailers and industry observers.

“CodexNovus is honored to be recognized by Custom Retailer as an EXC!TE Award winner,” said Hugo Feugen, president of CodexNovus. “As a leader in digital media servers and players we believe the HDcodex DML-1600 provides the best digital playback technology on the market, and to be recognized by another industry professional is very rewarding.”

Featuring 1.6 terabytes of storage, the DML-1600 allows the media lover to access his or her entire collection of movies, music and other media at the touch of a button. The DML-1600 supports all commonly used digital media formats in SD and HD formats at resolutions up to 1920 x 1080p. High-resolution audio is delivered in multi-channel 5.1 and 7.1 formats — all in a self-contained platform designed for unparalleled ease of use. The DML-1600 is built around HDcodex, a powerful user interface designed by CodexNovus that lets you find and control your favorite media quickly, with all source information and metadata.

Additionally, the DML-1600 is compatible with most popular home control systems. The DML-1600 offers matchless flexibility and configuration options and supports MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, TS, MP2, MP3, WAV, AAC, HTML, BMP, PNG, GIF and JPEG media files.

Talking Points:
• CodexNovus HDcodex DML-1600 stand-alone media server is the winner of a 2007 Custom Retailer Magazine EXC!TE Award.
• Featuring 1.6 terabytes of memory, the DML-1600 allows the media lover to access his or her entire collection of movies, music, and other media at the touch of a button.
• The DML-1600 is built around HDcodex, a powerful user interface designed by CodexNovus.
• The DML-1600 offers matchless flexibility and configuration options and supports MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, TS, MP2, MP3, WAV, AAC, HTML, BMP, PNG, GIF and JPEG media files.
Custom Retailer Magazine’s EXC!TE Awards honor products that best exemplify the excitement and growth of the custom installation and consumer electronics industries.

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About CodexNovus, Inc.

Champaign, Illinois-based CodexNovus was formed in March 2000 by Hugo Feugen, the president of CodexNovus. Champaign is an ideal and fitting base for CodexNovus, with the wealth of engineering talent available from the University of Illinois and as the birthplace of Mosaic and subsequently the Internet.

An accomplished and imaginative software designer, Hugo had previously been the CEO of the company that developed and advanced Flight Simulator, later sold to Microsoft, which remains Microsoft’s biggest selling software package outside of their word processing/spread sheet applications and operating systems.

The company produces leading-edge media server products and technology designed to embrace the ever-growing world of digital content in both the residential and commercial markets. The company’s mission is to open up the world of stunningly beautiful High Definition imagery and multi-channel audio by offering affordable media servers which allow instant access to complete, highest-resolution digital audio, video, and image libraries in the home or in commercial applications. As a small, specialized company, CodexNovus is committed to the ultimate level of personalized customer service including a core ideology of providing easily expandable and upgradeable products, insuring owners of CodexNovus products that they have invested in a system designed against near-term obsolescence.

For additional information on CodexNovus and its products, please visit www.codexnovus.com.

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