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Tenvera Unveils System 5 Fiber Optics Solution
September 6, 2006

Origin Of News Release: Franklin, Tennessee
Original Release Date: September 6, 2006
Product Category: Home Fiber Optics
Model Name: System 5
MSRP: Unknown at time of press release
Availability: October 2006

New technology is poised to change the way people all over the world live, entertain and work in their homes. http://www.tenvera.com is unveiling its new System 5 (Fiber Optics To The House) solution to about 30,000 professionals in Denver, Colorado at the Custom Electronic Design and Instillation Association (CEDIA) convention September 14 -17, 2006.

This fiber optic network can now be built into the walls of homes, commercial and condominium buildings. The hair-fine plastic tubes are installed behind walls and have the capacity to move up to 100 times the amount of information and data at lightening speed compared to copper wiring that everybody has used for years.

With at least 1 Gigabits of power, System 5 is the new "backbone" that makes it possible to run as many data, media and gaming systems in your house as you could possibly want. That means clearer pictures on all of the HDTVs that are showing different movies in each room of your house through the dozens of DVDs in your home movie automated library; faster internet and video streaming on all the computers for every family member; and instant gratification playing the latest computer and video games for the neighborhood kids that all gather at your house because you have the fastest, clearest connection.

Through word of mouth, demand for the technology has already taken off and Tenvera headquarters is fielding requests from around the globe for its product even before it will officially premiere next month in Denver.

The System 5 will take the place of the many wires that now service a home's cable televisions, CAT5 Cable (used for DSL or computer connections), security system, phone lines for telephone and fax, remote controls, video servers and home automation systems.

CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6 copper systems can no longer handle the endless appetite for bandwidth power for work and leisure that people are now demanding in their homes.

"Five years ago dial-up was OK, today it's not. Two years from now the speed of broadband is going to be lightning fast compared to anything available up until now. In order to remain competitive in the global market and fully exploit the innovation and creativity that American firms are known for, we must integrate and upgrade now," Brent Ware, CEO of Tenvera, says.

What makes Tenvera's System 5 solution so attractive to homeowners, developers and home automation specialists?

  • 1. It "future proofs" and increases the value of a new home in much the same way that air conditioning did when it first came out. Houses without System 5 may be "charming relics" in years to come, but won't be attractive to homebuyers that have to open up the walls to install what will become standard in houses
  • 2. It provides almost 100 times the bandwidth to transmit pictures, voice and data faster and clearer than has ever been possible, and no one in the family has to slow down to accommodate anyone else using systems in the house
  • 3. It is easy to use. The fiber optics take up very little space behind the walls and by sticking a little memory card in any outlet in any room you can change the use from a phone line, to an electrical outlet to internet access
  • 4. It is easy to install, easier even than the old copper wiring. No crimping, no cutting, no extra tools. Tenvera's new patented technology allows the fiber optics to be easily installed without specialized training
For more information visit http://www.tenvera.com or call 615.224.9300.


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