Source: Viseon, Inc.
Viseon VisiFone Featured in National Press and Upcoming TV Programming
Friday February 27, 9:30 am ET
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 27, 2004--Viseon, Inc. (OTCBB:VSNI
a global developer of broadband personal video communications solutions, today
announced some of the results of its ongoing media awareness campaign for the
VisiFone, the world's first broadband videophone. In addition to the various
targeted application stories published in cable and telecom industry magazines
such as Communications News, MultiChannel News, Network World, Cable DataCom
News and others, the VisiFone has also been featured in a number of consumer
publications including PC Magazine. Recently the VisiFone has been favorably
reviewed by large daily newspapers including The New York Times, The Chicago
Tribune, The Dallas Morning News, The Boston Globe, The Milwaukee Journal
Sentinel, The Seattle Times, among others.
"The ongoing print coverage of the VisiFone is a strategic means of helping us
launch the new category of consumer broadband video communications," commented
Russell Yeager, Viseon's public relations director. "We are now excitedly
anticipating the inclusion of the VisiFone in several national television
programs, not as a product review, but as a part of the ongoing programming."
A complete list of the Viseon VisiFone coverage is available on the company's
Web site at www.viseon.com.
About The VisiFone
The VisiFone(TM) is the world's first low-cost broadband videophone. It is a
self-contained system that does not require a PC or any external equipment.
The VisiFone operates on any broadband connection and home or office network
including high-speed Internet connections via DSL or cable modem. The VisiFone
is H.323 or SIP compliant and delivers up to 30 frames per second video and
crisp audio quality utilizing 128k to 512k of bandwidth. It is compatible with
virtually all corporate video conferencing systems, yet at $599, the VisiFone
can be used by the over 24 million broadband connected U.S. homes.
Viseon has been developing, manufacturing and patenting video communication
technologies for use by corporations, universities and government agencies
since 1994. Its products have been sold under various brand names around the
world including Philips, Canon, VTEL and Gentner. Viseon provides TV-quality
broadband videophones to consumers and businesses directly and through
relationships with broadband providers. Viseon currently owns U.S. patent
numbers 5,802,281, 6,073,192, 6,397,275 and number 6,519,662. Viseon has also
been notified of the allowance of additional patents in Europe and the U.S.
and has additional patents pending.
Information in this news release includes forward-looking statements made
pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995. All such forward-looking statements involve risks and
uncertainties including, without limitation, adverse business or market
conditions, the ability to secure and satisfy customers, the availability and
cost of materials from suppliers, adverse competitive developments, change in
or cancellation of customer requirements, and other risks detailed from time
to time as set forth in applicable SEC filings.
Marcie Brownlee, 972-906-6300