Advanced Technetix Announces Launch of iPod Accessory, the SoundShare, in Time for Holiday Sales and Publishes Product Data Sheets
Advanced Technetix, Inc. (Pink Sheets:AVXN) announced this morning that the Company has officially launched its newest consumer electronics creation, the SoundShare, for worldwide users of Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPod digital media player. The SoundShare product enables iPod users to connect two different stereo headphones or speakers to their iPod through a single jack. In conjunction with the product announcement, the Company has also published corresponding data sheets for the SoundShare product.
George Stevens, Advanced Technetix’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “The SoundShare, while not a technical marvel by any stretch, is a simple, elegant and powerful low-price point product that we believe will be a very popular gift for iPod users this holiday season. We have already secured and delivered an order for three thousand units from a major U.S. retailer in time for the holiday sales season.”
iPod, iPod Video, iPod Photo and iTunes are all Trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)
About Advanced Technetix, Inc.
Advanced Technetix is a developer of cutting-edge technologies and best-of-breed products tailored to address the market opportunities created by the explosive growth of Digital Communications, Entertainment-related services and specific consumer electronics platforms.
Advanced Technetix’s AccessKey products, powered by the Company’s patented technology, provide complete access to the coveted “Triple Play” (voice, video and data) and “Quadruple Play” (voice, video, data and wireless) offerings of cable, telecom, satellite and broadband service providers. The Company’s AccessKey Home and portable flash drive-sized AccessKey PC allow subscribers to “channel surf” streaming “HD Quality” television content (IPtv), navigate the internet, watch Video on Demand (VOD) offerings, play video or internet-based games, listen to music, make phone calls (VoIP), video conference, run a full array of computing applications, securely store data and more, all from a single device and service provider network.