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NextWindow and Intelix Partner to Provide Remote Display Capability

Chicago, IL, August 2007 -NextWindow, the leader in the design and manufacture of optical touch-screen overlays and touch components, has partnered with Intelix LLC, to provide increased usage and connection capabilities for NextWindow‘s 2400 Series of interactive touch displays. Ideal for classrooms and conference rooms, the NextWindow-Intelix combination of technologies takes the expense and hassle out of installation by routing video and USB signals to a remote computer through standard CAT 5/6 cabling.
The Intelix DIGI-USB-F balun kit extends a standard speed USB signal up to 330 feet and a full speed USB signal (12 Mbps) up to 100 feet over structured pair cabling, such as Cat 5 or Cat 6. Prior to the DIGI-USB-F, remote USB devices such as cameras, printers, scanners, keyboards, and mice were limited to only 16 feet via direct USB cables or required expensive secondary network equipment.

“The NextWindow-Intelix combination is perfect for conference and training room applications where the computer is often times remote to the display and the touch screen,” said Anthony Uhrick, NextWindow‘s VP of Sales and Marketing for North America.

“We are excited to offer our DIGI-USB-F USB extender to NextWindow,” states Cameron Smith, Intelix Sales and Marketing Manager, “The first product in our new DigiCat Series of high-performance baluns, the DIGI-USB-F is perfect for sending USB signals more than 16 feet–the current maximum length of USB cables.”

NextWindow‘s 2400 Series overlay can turn any large display into an interactive touchscreen by attaching to any manufacturer’s LCD or plasma display, from 23″ to 65″. Within a few minutes, you can convert a standard display to an interactive touch screen with full mouse functionality. Combine this with exciting interactive software, and you can create a high-impact, interactive display for many purposes–ideal for digital signage, advertising, wayfinding, and education in conference or classrooms.

ABOUT NEXTWINDOW:
NextWindow is an international leader in the design and manufacture of optical touch-screen overlays, and OEM touch components, from 12.1” to over 100”. NextWindow is a privately held company based out of Auckland, New Zealand and has its U.S. headquarters in Chicago, IL. For more information, call 1-866-870-9733 or visit on the web at www.nextwindow.com

ABOUT INTELIX:
Intelix offers the broadest line of baluns in the professional AV marketplace, including solutions for multiple formats of audio and video, VGA, DVI, HDMI, and PS2. In addition to baluns, Intelix manufactures an extensive line of serial controlled mic/line, matrix, room-combine, and automatic mixers. Complete product information is available from the Intelix web site, www.intelix.com, or by calling 1-866-4-MATMIX.

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