Bivuac's unique IPTV solution, nios, is now available for demonstration and implementation

February 7, 2006

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TAMPA, Fla. -- Bivuac announced Monday that its unique IPTV solution, nios©, is now available for demonstration and implementation. Developed over the past three years, nios© is highly advanced software that delivers on-demand content with minimal bandwidth requirements and a host of options. nios© may be integrated into existing cable and satellite networks or offered as a complete and cost effective solution to any RBOC, Utility and Internet Service Provider intent on offering on-demand media services to their vast pool of customers. Bivuac's media storage and delivery software reduces current bandwidth needs by up to 80% and provides the flexibility and capacity for additional services such as VOIP, Full Duplex Video Conferencing and Remote Monitoring/Security, all through a single 1.5 Mbps connection.

"Our intention was to develop software that gave people options," says Romanos Isaac, Vice President of Bivuac. "To Baby Bells and Power Companies, we provide the opportunity to compete in the cable and satellite markets. For cable and satellite companies, we offer the option of broadcasting up to 80% more efficiently with room to grow. For studios and video outlets, we represent another method of getting content into people's homes. More importantly, for consumers, we may provide more choices -- in terms of both what's on TV and who's providing it."

Bivuac's robust networking software represents a hybrid of existing and proprietary technologies that, once implemented over an intelligent network of set-top boxes (STB's), dramatically reduces the high bandwidth requirements of current media delivery architecture while enabling other communication services highly desired by business and consumers. nios© technology truly delivers on the promise of an on-demand world, giving consumers the ability to watch what they want, where they want, when they want it.

Bivuac Inc.

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