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Steve Perleman, founder and CEO, announced MOXI, the name of his new company and rolled out his latest brainchild of the same name. It is a home integration solution that will be sold to cable and satellite companies. It combines a cable or satellite receiver with a PVR, home LAN and home control system using a unique 'fuzzy logic/learning' interface.

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The Linux based interface stores not only your lifestyle preferences but also how you use the system over time, it can then anticipate your inputs as it learns how you work and play. The LAN can be wireless, coax, CAT5, or twisted pair.

Read more about MOXI in E. Brad Meyer's second day show report.

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Sirius Satellite Radio

Encore number...whatever, or the format wars has commenced. In the far corner is Sirius Satellite. Not as well known as the competitor who has been around since last fall. Sirius offers sixty 100% commercial free channels of cross-country continuous radio. The new CEO, Joe Clayton, ex-CEO of RCA/DSS understands what it is to be the dark horse and how to come from behind. He believes marketing - not first to market - will win the day. Sirius offers a blend of unique original programming including latest hit channels for all the popular music genres. They broadcast forty specialty stations including news (CNN, CNBC), sports (ESPN, BBC Sports), A&E, Discovery, and more. It sounds like cable TV without video. Sirius believes they have superior broadcast technology that will produce higher fidelity in the automobile. The have patented S>Plex (statistical multiplexing). This system uses an adaptive multiplexing to provide more bandwidth for the frequencies that each type of content requires. []

Read more about Sirius in E. Brad Meyer's press day show report.

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Sealed in a clear plastic case, Toshiba's 30 GB blue laser optical recorder prototype is protected from industrial espionage as well as grabby passersby. High Definition DVD here we come. []

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Latest additons 1st February 2002:

Sherbourn Technologies P7/1000
Sherbourn Technologies 5/1500A
DTS In-Car Audio Demonstration
DTS Multimedia Demonstration
Philips Pronto Remote Controls
Philips DVD+RW Recorders
Simaudio Titan & W-5 Amplifiers
WAVAC Audio Lab Model HE-833
conrad-johnson PV-12L & 17LS
conrad-johnson GAT
Quad ESL-989 & Verity Audio Tamino
Avantgarde Acoustic Duo & Uno
NHT Evolution Loudspeakers
NHT Evolution Theory & Design
Joseph Audio Loudspeakers
PS Audio Ultimate Lab Power Cable
PS Audio Power Director & Juice Bar
PS Audio Classic 250 & HCA-1 Amps
Morel Applause & Octave
Anthony Gallo Acoustics Due
Miller & Kreisel Multi-Platform
Miller & Kreisel Column Surrounds
Lamm Industries L2 Reference
Vacuum Tube Logic TL 2.5.1
McCormack Audio MAP-1 Processor
Cary Audio CAD-88 Amplifier
Toshiba Blue Laser Prototype
Draper Revelation & Hi-Def Gray
NHT Evolution Subwoofers
Von Schweikert Audio dB-99

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