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What happened to Xperinet?
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Post 31 made on Thursday August 7, 2008 at 18:27
juliejacobson
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On August 7, 2008 at 12:33, WhiteVan Lifestyle said...
Thanks Julie,
Just for the record, I saw that coming a long time ago!

Well, statistically we could say that about every new automation or media server vendor.
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Post 32 made on Friday August 8, 2008 at 02:03
tweeterguy
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I never even heard of them, guess it doesn't even matter anymore. Here today gone tomorrow seems to be a common theme. Hopefully not for us.
Post 33 made on Tuesday August 12, 2008 at 19:23
WhiteVan Lifestyle
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Well this didnt take long. Nothing like selling your dealer info to your competitor!


Xperinet's recent announcement to cease operations has come as a shock to many. iMuse desires to walk alongside current Xperinet dealers who desire to remain in the media server market, providing a unique solution from a stable company.

On August 7th, CE Pro stated that Xperinet has gone out of business.

Even though Xperinet has been a competitor of iMuse for many years it is still unfortunate to see the company dissolve, especially considering the harsh effects a business closure has on employees and partners.

Along with iMuse, Xperinet was one of the first companies to launch in the media-server category. Naturally, its dissolution has caused anxiety in the media server marketplace. Many Xperinet partners may be wondering, does Xperinet's recent announcement reflect the health of the entire media-server market? It certainly does not. The media server market is healthy and growing, and Xperinet's closure is atypical.

iMuse wishes to help both Xperinet dealers and customers who may find themselves in difficult positions, trying to support current installations and bids. In order to do this, iMuse would like to provide an exclusive offer to Xperinet dealers and its current installation base.
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