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XStreamHD to Demonstrate HD Entertainment System

XStreamHD announced it will demonstrate its XStreamHD whole-home HD entertainment system at CES on the Hill in Washington, D.C., on April 20, 2010.

According to the statement, XStreamHD’s system delivers 1080p HD video and up to 7.1 channels of lossless DTS-HD Master Audio directly to the home via satellite.

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Unedited press release follows:

XStreamHD™ to Showcase Revolutionary Whole-Home HD Entertainment Solution at CES on the Hill

Groundbreaking studio-master quality content delivery technology previewed.

Washington, DC — April 16, 2009 — XStreamHD, an emerging leader in the delivery and distribution of Full High Definition (HD) entertainment directly to the home, will showcase its revolutionary technology with a system demonstration of the XStreamHD whole-home solution at CES on the Hill in Washington, D.C., on April 20, 2010.

CES on the Hill will bring the education, excitement and hot products seen earlier this year at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow, to the Eastern Market. Members of Congress, their staff, Administration officials and the press will have an opportunity to interact with the technologies that are changing the way we live and work, and the technologies at the center of today’s policy debates.

XStreamHD’s innovative whole-home HD entertainment system delivers Full 1080p HD video and up to 7.1 channels of lossless DTS-HD Master Audio™ directly to the home via satellite, enabling consumers to enjoy the very latest movies, music and electronic games, in uncompromised Full HD – the way that the content was meant to be enjoyed. Consumers will no longer have to endure tedious Internet downloads, wait in midnight lines, or manage mail delivery of Blu-ray discs thanks to XStreamHD’s revolutionary and exclusive Pre-Fetched Entertainment (PFE) model. PFE automatically delivers just-released HD entertainment directly to the XStreamHD Media Server in the home, enabling consumers to enjoy immediate multi-room access to the highest quality content the moment it is released by the studio for XStreamHD home release.

“It was an honor to be selected by the Consumer Electronics Association to exhibit at this prestigious event to showcase our content delivery innovations,” said George Gonzalez, founder and CEO of XStreamHD. “We will be the first direct-to-home provider of Full HD (1080p) video and up to 7.1 channels of lossless DTS-HD Master Audio™. Our advanced technology allows consumers to experience studio-master quality in the comfort of their home, and to utilize their home entertainment systems to their maximum capabilities.”

The XStreamHD whole-home solution includes one server that can simultaneously deliver multiple streams of Full HD video and 7.1 channels of lossless DTS-HD Master Audio™ throughout the home to any television equipped with either the XStreamHD Media Receiver or any DNLA Certified™ device, including laptops, audio equipment and game consoles. XStreamHD also organizes all digital content in each user’s Virtual Personal Library, and includes intuitive program guides, trailers and reviews that not only help users choose their entertainment but also pre-selects titles users are most likely to enjoy by adapting to their entertainment personality.

About XStreamHD
XStreamHD is leading the HD revolution, setting a new standard for the delivery and distribution of Full HD entertainment throughout the home. XStreamHD provides the first-ever transport network to deliver high-definition movies and music directly to the home via satellite – offering Full HD (1080p) video and up to 7.1 channels of lossless audio. With XStreamHD, consumers can build a customized, unique, and unparalleled in-home entertainment network and enjoy the content they want most – including movies, music, electronic games, broadcast HDTV, and more – when it’s most convenient, anywhere in the home, and at the quality today’s home theaters were designed to support. XStreamHD is based in McLean, Virginia. For more information, visit