Interact-TV Unveils MyTellyHD Media Server

by Vitaly Popovich [Published on 31 Jan. 2007 / Last Updated on 31 Jan. 2007]


Westminster, CO., January 30, 2007 - Interact-TV™ (OTC: ITVI), a leading developer of Linux-based media servers, today unveils MyTellyHD™ a quiet, compact Linux Media Center that includes high-definition 720p Component video output, Gigabit Ethernet and upscaling of all video and DVDs to full HD resolution.Starting from $899, MyTellyHD delivers all the features and functionality consumers have come to expect from a media server including a subscription-free PVR, Video Library with save DVD capabilities as well as Music and Photo Libraries. MyTellyHD incorporates many new features that are critical to the expanding home theater market including 720p Component video output, Gigabit Ethernet, a high performance processor, and all new MPEG2 video encoding."The MyTellyHD Media Server with 720p Component video output is a great way for consumers to rediscover their DVD collection, " said Ken Fuhrman, CTO of Interact-TV. "Now consumers can truly take advantage of their new HD monitors with a system designed to handle HD. And upscaling recorded TV and regular DVDs to from 480i to 720p lets consumers that don't have access to HD programming get a complete HD experience at an unbeatable price point."

Westminster, CO., January 30, 2007 - Interact-TV™ (OTC: ITVI), a leading developer of Linux-based media servers, today unveils MyTellyHD™ a quiet, compact Linux Media Center that includes high-definition 720p Component video output, Gigabit Ethernet and upscaling of all video and DVDs to full HD resolution.

Starting from $899, MyTellyHD delivers all the features and functionality consumers have come to expect from a media server including a subscription-free PVR, Video Library with save DVD capabilities as well as Music and Photo Libraries. MyTellyHD incorporates many new features that are critical to the expanding home theater market including 720p Component video output, Gigabit Ethernet, a high performance processor, and all new MPEG2 video encoding.

"The MyTellyHD Media Server with 720p Component video output is a great way for consumers to rediscover their DVD collection, " said Ken Fuhrman, CTO of Interact-TV. "Now consumers can truly take advantage of their new HD monitors with a system designed to handle HD. And upscaling recorded TV and regular DVDs to from 480i to 720p lets consumers that don't have access to HD programming get a complete HD experience at an unbeatable price point."

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