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CodexNovus Releases Media Player with One Terabyte Storage Capacity

HDcodex DML-1000 Manages Large Media Libraries with Ease

CHAMPAIGN, IL – August 1, 2006 – CodexNovus, the leader in stand-alone and networked media player and server technologies, today introduced the HDcodex DML-1000 networked media player, delivering one terabyte of storage capacity. Designed to support large media content libraries, the DML-1000 enables storage of video, audio, and digital pictures, all accessible from an easy-to-use interface that anyone can use.

“With an operating system and a user interface that is both responsive and seamless, the HDcodex DML-1000 media player is designed to be the backbone of any home entertainment system,” said Hugo Feugen, president and CEO of CodexNovus. “Our unique media server technology balances powerful hardware with intuitive operation, a combination that creates the perfect tool for dealers and integrators who want to deliver cutting edge performance to their clients in an easy-to-use configuration. Any dealer who wants to elevate the quality and utility of their clients’ entertainment system will be interested in seeing the capabilities of the DML-1000.”

The DML-1000 provides instantaneous random access to many different types of digital media files, a distinct advantage over other products that can take up to 30 seconds to locate and load content. The HDcodex DML-1000 is also designed to offer tremendous flexibility and configuration options to support a huge range of sources and systems.

The DML-1000 is the ultimate media entertainment manager for family rooms, home theater applications, commercial entertainment networks, or commercial business enterprises that require instant access to vast libraries of video, music, and pictures. HDcodex is designed to be field upgradeable, ensuring simple integration of the latest features as they become available.

Video content can be viewed in both SD and HD formats at resolutions up to a full 1920×1080 pixels in progressive scan mode. To complete the home theater experience the DML-1000 also delivers multi-channel 5.1 and 7.1 high resolution digital audio capabilities. The DML-1000 is not restricted to MPEG2 or MPEG1, as are existing DVD players today, and supports the latest video and audio compression technologies, maximizing image and sound quality while minimizing disk storage requirements.

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The HDcodex DML-1000 will be available in Q4 2006 at a retail price of $4,999.

Talking Points:
• The HDcodex DML-1000 contains one terabyte of storage for all your video, music and pictures.
• Supplies high quality video in SD and HD formats at resolutions up to 1920 x 1080p.
• Provides faithful reproduction of 5.1 and 7.1 high-resolution digital audio.
• Supports the following media files formats: MPEG, AVI, TS, VC-1 MP2, MP3, WAV, AAC, HTML, SWF, BMP, PNG, TIFF, GIF and JPEG.
• ISF-certified and enabled with AMG’s LASSO media recognition system.
• The HDcodex DML-1000 will be available in Q4 of 2006 at an MSRP of $4999.00.

About CodexNovus, Inc.

Champaign, Illinois-based CodexNovus was formed in March 2000 by Hugo Feugen, the president of CodexNovus. 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 HDTV imagery and multi-channel audio that surrounds you by offering affordable media servers which allow instant access to complete digital audio, video, and image libraries in the home or in commercial applications. A benchmark ideology of CodexNovus is to provide products that are easily expandable and upgradeable so that you can be certain you have a system designed against near-term obsolescence.

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

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