CES 2006: ViaCube Revealed

Posted: Jan 7 2006, 12:50pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:00pm CDT, in News | CES

CES 2006: ViaCube Revealed
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We reported about ViaCube on Wednesday, when they released a mystery lifestyle product with the same name. Then nothing happened until today. We did not had the time to visit their booth, but now they launched their site and it becomes clearer what their product is.

ViaCube is still doing a good job keeping their product a bit vague, but basically its one of those attempts to provide a single, device and location independent communication platform.
The ViaCube platform is based on what the call OPusOS. There is a personal, business and enterprise edition of the software.
I guess to better communicate what the benefits of ViaCube is they produced six videos of characters explaining why ViaCube transformed their life including the life of Brittany a Homecoming Queen. In any case they got a CES 2006 Design & Engineer Showcase Honors so it should be something that actually works.
More details on the ViaCube site.

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