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Icron Showcasing the Future of Connectivity at CES 2011: Unveiling New Video and USB Technology
Icron demonstrating how video and USB technologies are extending PCs beyond the desktop
BURNABY, BC, Dec. 9 – Icron Technologies (TSX Venture: IT), providers of VU-Link™ high performance video and USB extension solutions, announced today that it will demonstrate three new video and USB extender solutions at CES 2011 (Consumer Electronics Show).
Icron will be showcasing and demonstrating the following new products and technologies:
1. 20-meter USB 3.0 Active copper cable (extends USB 3.0 beyond 3 meter specification). Supports USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 peripherals.
2. USB over DisplayPort technology (delivers DisplayPort video and USB 2.0 capability over a standard DisplayPort cable).
3. New KVM product featuring uncompressed 1080p video and USB 2.0 functionality, enabling PC video and USB capability at remote locations up to 100 meters away from source computer.
CES 2011 Booth Location
Icron Booth at CES 2011: South Hall 1 Lower Level -# 20560
About CES 2011
The 2011 International CES will feature 2,500 global technology companies unveiling the latest consumer technology products and services across 15 major product categories including the latest in audio, automotive electronics, connected home technologies, digital imaging, electronic gaming, entertainment/content and more. Visit www.cesweb.org for more information.
About Icron Technologies Corp.
Icron Technologies (TSX-V:IT) is an innovative leader in the development and manufacturing of high performance video and USB extension solutions for commercial and industrial markets worldwide. Icron’s patented VU-LinkTM technology extends PC Video and USB devices over many media types including Cat 5, Fiber, Wireless, DisplayPort, Coax, Powerline, and over a corporate LAN. Icron’s extension products are deployed in a wide range of applications such as digital home connectivity, industrial automation, medical imaging, aerospace, interactive digital signage, remote desktop extension, security and surveillance, enterprise computing, isolated USB, and point-of-sale markets, or anywhere where a PC needs to be remotely located from a display or peripheral device.