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Fusion Reduces Pricing

Media server company cuts pricing and upgrades products to 1080p using ATIs Avivo HD technology.

Danville, CA — Fusion Research has reduced pricing on its key products while changing its focus to concentrate on its media server products. The company has cut pricing on all key products including Genesis, Cinema Players as well as storage on its large Cinema Server line to continue to grow its market share.

According to Fusions CEO , Joe Storm, “Fusion has been building a reputation as a great alternative in the media server space for the custom integrator. W e have been consistently increasing our sales and brand awareness in the market, but we felt that we could improve our value to the customer by adjusting our prices. W e have streamlined our product line to have all our products support 1080p and have moved aw ay from residential control systems.

All Fusion media server products have the very latest ATI Avivo HD chipsets that support full 1080p high-definition video. The company has eliminated its older 720p products in favor of this new graphics platform.

Storm added that by reducing prices and upgrading products to 1080p across the board, he feels that Fusion offers the best value and performance in the media server category for professional integrators.