Pace Announces HD Set Top

Pace unveils Miami DC757 HD product, a digital high-definition set-top box with DSG and CableCARD device

June 20, 2006

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BOCA RATON, Fla. -- Pace Micro Technology (LSE:PIC), a leading digital set-top box provider specializing in the development of emerging technologies across all television platforms, today announced its latest all-digital set-top box - the Miami DC757 HD, which will be demonstrated at the upcoming Society of Cable Television Engineers (SCTE) Cable-Tec Expo in Denver, June 21-23, at Exhibit #1372. This cost-effective, all-digital high definition (HD) box uses the latest generation integrated silicon, supports legacy applications, DSG (DOCSIS(R) 2.0 Set-Top Gateway), CableCARD(TM) for conditional access, and the latest in EPG and VOD applications. The Miami box has extensive connectivity options - including HDMI, RF and everything in between to provide secure, high-performance digital audio and video links.

Miami also supports 1394 5C protected interface, boasts best-in-class processing speed and memory capacity and comprehensive connectivity options for easy installation into even the most complex home theatre systems. Pace expects to present Miami to CableLabs(R) for certification during the fourth quarter of this year.

Pace Micro Technology Americas' Director of Product Management Matt Grabham pointed out, "Our Miami box is a feature-rich, cost-effective, all-digital HD box. With its unsurpassed connectivity and high-definition picture quality, Miami is a perfect match for any HDTV within the home."

"Miami's latest-generation integrated silicon allows use of the internal cable modem for home Internet access as well as signaling to the box, giving operators and consumers more 'bang for the buck'," he added.

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