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Niveus Media Chosen to Showcase CableCARD with Windows VISTA at WinHEC 2006

Niveus among the first manufacturers to successfully demonstrate and announce plans to implement CableCARD with the Windows Vista Operating System.

Santa Clara, CA — May 22-24, 2006 — Niveus Media, Inc., an award-winning manufacturer of media hardware and software entertainment solutions, will showcase their Niveus Media Center – Denali Edition at the 2006 Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) in Seattle, WA. Niveus was chosen by Microsoft as the Media Center manufacturer to showcase CableCARD technology with their highly-anticipated Windows Vista operating system. The Denali featuring Windows Vista and CableCARD will be on display in WinHEC’s Pavilion showcase area.

Having established itself as the must-attend event for industry professionals seeking to stay aligned with Microsoft’s ever-evolving platforms, industry standards and technology advancements, Niveus Media is honored to be selected by Microsoft to demonstrate one of the first Media Center products featuring CableCARD technology and Windows Vista. “We pride ourselves in our constant quest to incorporate cutting-edge hardware and software in our product line. Our inclusion of Windows Vista and CableCARD technology is a testament to our commitment to providing only the finest digital media entertainment solutions,” stated Brian Paper, VP Marketing and co-Founder of Niveus Media.

CableCARD technology and Windows Vista enables consumers to enjoy one-way cable programming on Media Center PCs; allowing consumers to view and record premium digital HD content without the use of a set-top box, while protecting cable operators’ investments in high value content. Featuring a sleek design, unique software and patent-pending passive cooling technology along with A/V style rear panels, the Denali is a powerful and flexible media center; allowing convenient and immediate access to digital media (DVD, Music, Photos, TV) anywhere in the home.

Microsoft Windows Media Center delivers advanced computing plus easy-to-use integrated digital entertainment, including live and recorded television, movies, music, photos and radio, that consumers can enjoy when and how they want. It provides a central hub for productivity and digital entertainment using a single remote control.

Niveus plans to ship its Niveus Media Center line of products with integrated CableCARD technology concurrent with the expected launch of the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system.

For more information on Niveus Media, Inc., please visit www.niveusmedia.com.

About Niveus Media, Inc.
Since 2002, Niveus Media, Inc. has engineered and manufactured high-performance media solutions that take whole-home digital entertainment to an entirely new level. Niveus is an award-winning manufacturer of high-end Media Centers, storage servers, and advanced control software designed specifically for the consumer electronics market. Committed to providing innovative, integrated digital entertainment devices for the networked home, Niveus has simplified the management and enjoyment of digital media at home.

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