The ultimate Media Center for the Mac: MediaCentral now offers an even
wider selection of IP TV channels
equinux’ MediaCentral now with more than 350 IP TV feeds
San Mateo, USA / Munich, Germany – August 10th, 2007: MediaCentral users
can better personalize their entertainment software, now with a wider range
of IP TV channels. equinux has expanded its award-winning media center
solution for Mac OS X by adding over 25 new IP TV feeds, totaling more than
350 channels. The newly added channels include everything from ABC, CBS,
Discovery Channel and MTV to Comedy Central, Rocketboom sequels or Macworld
videos. MediaCentral even includes european offerings like EuroNews and
several local technology and entertainment channels.
All of the recent IP TV additions introduced by equinux were feature
requests made by their MediaCentral customers. All content suggestions or
feature requests can be submitted via the equinux web interface
The newly released MediaCentral 2.6.3 has also increased stability and runs
faster that ever before. It improves compatibility with Apple’s iTunes
7.3.2 and several IP TV channels. In addition to various IP TV feeds,
MediaCentral offers numerous other forms of entertainment – movie trailers,
YouTube videos, music, movies, a skype interface, iPhoto slideshows and
online albums like .Mac or flickr. MediaCentral incorporates the simplicity
of Mac OS X by integrating the Apple Remote, allowing its users to easily
and conveniently browse through the channels and navigate through
MediaCentral’s intuitive user interface.
equinux (http://www.equinux.com), located in San Mateo, CA (USA) and
Munich, Germany, develops and distributes successful Mac solutions for
professionals and consumers alike. Today users from all over the world rely
on equinux’ award-winning and trusted applications. The business solution
VPN Tracker is the market-leading VPN client for the Mac OS X Platform.
iSale, equinux’ successful eBay auctioning solution won several Apple
Design Awards, and currently represents the 2006 winner in the most
competitive category “Best Mac OS X User Experience”.