For immediate release
Sensate Inc. Announces Wireless MP3 Server for MacOS.
Serve, manage, and stream MP3s to networked consumer devices, including
PCs, stereos, car audio systems, headphones, and cell phones from Apple
Calgary AB, and San Jose CA, October 22, 2001, – Sensate Inc. is pleased to
announce 2nR-Musiker=81, a wireless MP3 server and client compatible with
MacOS=81. 2nR-Musiker lets consumers download, upload, and stream MP3 music
to wireless and wired network devices running Windows=81, PocketPC=81 (WinCE
3.0), and now MacOS. 2nR-Musiker supports popular existing wired IP
networks, and wireless networks that are based on the HomeRF, IrDA,
Bluetooth, or 802.11b, such as Apple’s Airport=81.
“2nR-Musiker turns the popular iMac and iBook into an MP3 server that
connects to most laptops, PDAs, and consumer devices in a seamless and
transparent manner that consumers find very easy to use. The in-demand next
generation consumer entertainment application for the home network is
Internet audio, and only Sensate delivers a complete network solution that
supports Windows PCs, WinCE, and now MacOS.” stated Robin Dymond, founder
and CEO of Sensate Inc.
2nR-Musiker is a vertical application based on AoIP=81, Sensate’s wireless
network application platform and middleware. AoIP allows wireless 802.11b
local area networks to have features found in cellular wide area networks,
such as client and services discovery, authentication, profiling, roaming,
caching, QoS, and other features.
2nR-Musiker wireless MP3 server for MacOS with WinCE, Windows, and MacOS
clients will be available December 2001. Download the Windows and PocketPC
(WinCE 3.0) versions today from C|Net’s download.com, ZDNet, Pocketgear,
Handango, and from http://www.sensateinc.com/.
About Sensate Inc.
Sensate is a privately held software company, providing wireless networking
products and services to consumer, OEM, and enterprise customers globally.
Sensate AoIP=81 is a rich applications platform for multi-standard wireless
LAN networks in the enterprise. Sensate plans to add value to products from
major corporations such as Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, Samsung, Sony, Intel,
ARM, Microsoft, RealNetworks, Alpine, Clarion, Delphi, Visteon, Phillips,
Palm Computing, Casio, Sharp, Acer, Vtech, Proxim, Lucent, Matsushita
Panasonic, RCA, Compaq, Dell, IBM, Sandisk, Cisco, Linksys, SMC, Intersil,
and others. Current investors and the board of directors are successful
technology entrepreneurs who have held senior VP positions with Silicon
Valley based multi-national software companies. Sensate is based in
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and San Jose, California.