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Meda Systems Introduces Upgraded DEOS Software
For Multi-Zone, Multi-Source Bravo Music Servers

Feature- and Enhancement-Packed DEOS Version 2.2 Includes Elegant New
User Interfaces, Faster Response Times and iTunes Playlist Compatibility

CES 2005, LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2005 — Meda Systems, Inc., an innovative technology company whose award-winning digital music servers and software distribute entertainment throughout the home, introduced DEOS Version 2.2, the latest advance in music server technology and software, at the International Consumer Electronics Show, beginning today in Las Vegas.

Meda’s DEOS Digital Entertainment Operating System serves as the operating platform for Meda’s Bravo and Bravado music servers. DEOS Version 2.2 addresses many of the features and enhancements requested by Meda dealers, which, combined with Meda’s proprietary MZSync technology, creates a fully integrated whole-house digital music system capable of playing and synchronizing multiple audio sources in multiple zones through analog, digital or IP-based entertainment systems.

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DEOS Version 2.2’s numerous new enhancements include stunning new graphic user interfaces for connected TVs, Pocket PCs and Windows desktops; automatic media library back-ups over the local network; Internet drive mirroring to Bravo servers in other homes; and the ability to recognize and play iTunes playlists.

Additional new features include faster library response times; hundreds of dedicated infrared codes for each supported zone; Bandwidth-Correct Internet radio station listings; personal zone security; and album cover art that can be customized by each user.

DEOS Version 2.2 is available now with new Bravo and Bravado music servers. Existing Bravo and Bravado owners can obtain free software upgrades. The software was seen with Meda’s other outstanding products in Booth 21813, Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 1, during CES.

About Meda Systems
Headquartered in Emeryville, California, Meda Systems, Inc. is a media technology company providing software and hard-drive-based servers that store, access and distribute digital media throughout the home. Meda’s Bravo music servers, powered by its DEOS Digital Entertainment Operating System, featuring proprietary MZSync technology, comprise a fully integrated whole-house digital music system capable of playing and synchronizing multiple audio sources through multiple zones through analog, digital or IP-based entertainment systems, all operable from virtually any suitable device or remote control. To assure the highest levels of integration and performance for its system, Meda’s partners and associates comprise a cross-section of leading manufacturers specializing in digital technology, consumer electronics and home networking, including Crestron, AMX, D-Tools, Destiny Networks, Microsoft, Xantech, ADA, RipDigital, MusicBrainz, Universal Remote Control, Vantage Controls, Sonance and Logitech Harmony. Further information about Meda can be found on its Web site at

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