RGB Names Chairman & CEO

RGB announced Jef Graham as their newly appointed chairman and chief executive officer (CEO), effective immediately

March 1, 2006

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SAN MATEO, Calif. -- RGB Networks, the leader in personalized video processing technology, today announced Jef Graham as their newly appointed chairman and chief executive officer (CEO), effective immediately. In the wake of explosive growth driven by RGB's successful launch of the Simulcast Edge Processor (SEP) in 2005, the company has brought in Graham to lead the start-up through the next critical stages of growth. Founding CEO, Adam S. Tom, will assume a new role as Executive Vice President of Business Development where he will focus on expanding RGB's reach into new markets.

Having held senior level positions in high-tech Fortune 500 companies and private start-ups, Graham brings over 20 years of global experience in the computer and networking hardware, software, and service industries. Graham most recently served as executive vice president of the Application Products Group (APC) at Juniper Networks. Prior to Juniper, Graham was chairman and CEO of start-up Peribit Networks, a leader in wide area network (WAN) optimization, where he successfully led the company through a $337 million acquisition by Juniper Networks in mid-2005.

RGB Networks, within only two quarters of initially shipping its first product in mid-2005, has already received approval for its Simulcast Edge Processor from several top multi-system operators (MSOs) and earned significant revenue. With this success and plans to roll out new video processing products in 2006, RGB has established a solid foothold in the market for personalized video processing technology. Adam S. Tom noted, "RGB's breakthrough technology has been extremely well received by MSOs. They quickly recognize the value and cost-benefits of RGB's flexible, scalable, high-density approach. With the company off to such a strong start, we're delighted to have a leader of Jef's caliber join us who can enhance RGB's business strategy and help us to continue delivering high-value products to our customers."

RGB Networks Inc.

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