The Media Streamer will integrate Autonomic’s MCS technology to provide control of multiple audio formats, including DRM iTunes, Windows Media, Pandora internet radio, TuneIn Radio (RadioTime), and SiriusXM Internet Radio, allowing for easier integration and an enhanced user experience.
“Every time Autonomic partners with manufacturers in the CEDIA channel, we demonstrate our value proposition,” said Michael de Nigris, co-founder and CEO of Autonomic. “Our goal is to provide our partners with technology that delivers a robust, reliable foundation for their digital streaming devices, which allows them to focus on developing features that distinguish them in the marketplace, rather than reinventing the wheel. Our agreement with Colorado vNet is an exciting opportunity to see our technology integrated into another premium, distributed audio product.”
Licensing Autonomic’s MCS technology enables the Colorado vNet team to rapidly bring their product to market by focusing their internal resources on integrating the Media Streamer with their control solutions, according to the company.
“Partnering with Autonomic creates new opportunities for our dealers to extend digital media functionality with a proven solution,” said Charlie Porritt, CEO of Russound and Colorado vNet Corp. “The Autonomic Media Control System gives us a way to use our existing infrastructure to deliver a level of performance that sets us apart from our competitors.”