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Axonix founder Douglas Kihm has launched the media-storage system Mozaex with the goal of redefining personal multiroom, multimedia Blu-ray entertainment 4/11/2010 5:22 PM Eastern

Mozaex

Apr 11, 2010 9:22 PM




Axonix founder Douglas Kihm has launched the media-storage system Mozaex with the goal of redefining personal multiroom, multimedia Blu-ray entertainment. The Mozaex system allows instant playback of media stored on its server, including Blu-ray and DVD movies, CD and MP3 music, photos, and on-demand NetFlix movies and Pandora music via the Mozaex NetPlay online media service. Any media can be played simultaneously in any room, resulting in unprecedented ease, elegance, and excitement. Mozaex offers two types of expandable systems that meet the needs of both the most discriminating client and the cost-conscientious client: Player/Server systems and All-In-One systems. Player/Server systems allow up to 30 Blu-ray playback zones based on individual players and centralized storage server. Three player models are available with varying chassis, pricing, and audio and video features. All-In-One Systems are based on a single, fully integrated unit that combines one or several players with an integrated storage server. The Solo series includes both a Blu-ray player and storage, while the Bravo and Quartet are four music player-based servers with and without an integrated Blu-ray player, respectively. Price: Starting at $2,495 (single Blu-ray player system); $4,195 (All-In-One, 1TB Solo 1); starting at $5,995 (4TB Server 2RU non-RAID model)

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