Meedio Essentials Wins CES 2005 Award

Posted: Nov 10 2004, 6:03am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:09pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff


Meedio Essentials wins CES 2005 Award
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The CES 2005 is still two month away, but the CES 2005 innovations awards are already announced and Meedio wins one for their home media managment software.

Using a television, remote control, and a standard PC or Meedio-powered media server, users of Meedio Essentials can manage and enjoy movies, photos, music, games, news, weather, and almost any other type of media or information stored on a PC, network, or the Internet.
More details on Meedio's site.

About Meedio:
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Meedio creates software that powers the digital home. Our suite of applications manage and control home entertainment, information, and automation systems using customizable graphical interfaces that run on TVs, PCs, touchscreens, and wireless PDAs. Meedio software is built on top of a robust middleware platform that provides partners and third-party developers with an extensible platform and powerful APIs. Meedio sells direct to consumers, through regional software republishers, and through value-added resellers who embed our software in integrated hardware devices. Our software has been downloaded over half a million times, making us one of the most popular vendors of digital lifestyle management software available today.

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