New Ultra Thin HDTVs From Hitachi to Employ Tzero Ultra Wideband Technology for Wireless Video

Partnership Marks Groundbreaking UWB Video Solution by Japanese Manufacturer

SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tzero Technologies today announced that consumer technology giant, Hitachi Ltd. (Nasdaq:HIT) has selected its ultra wideband (UWB) technology to enable wireless HD video for its highly-touted and much anticipated Ultra Thin (UT) HDTV series. Tzeros advanced entertainment networking technology will eliminate cables and dramatically simplify the connections between the sleek new Hitachi displays and other home audio/video components. The new display series, which debuted at CES 2008, is now available at leading Japanese retail outlets.

“Hitachi UT HDTVs are bringing together some of the most advanced technology in the industry, designed to improve the viewing experience from every angle and with market-leading image quality”

"Hitachi UT HDTVs are bringing together some of the most advanced technology in the industry, designed to improve the viewing experience from every angle and with market-leading image quality, said Masanori Yoshino, General Manager Products Strategy Digital AV Products Division at Hitachi. After carefully evaluating a number of wireless video technologies, only Tzeros UWB implementation could provide the video quality and performance that is required for our demanding UT customer base.

With Tzero technology, Hitachi UT HDTVs will be able to receive high-definition video wirelessly from any HDMI equipped audio/video component. The wireless connection can deliver transmission speeds of up to 480 megabits per second (Mbps) to support even the most stringent demands of high-definition video and IPTV. Additionally, Tzeros platform is based on standards from the WiMedia Alliance and is guaranteed to coexist and interact with other WiMedia-compliant devices.

Hitachi is one of the leading brands in the HDTV market because of their constant drive to push the envelope of innovation and technology, said Rajeev Krishnamoorthy, founder and CEO of Tzero. By incorporating Tzeros UWB solution, Hitachi is solidifying its leadership position and giving consumers cutting-edge HDTV.

More information on Hitachi products is available at www.hitachi.com. For more information about other Tzero offerings, visit www.Tzerotech.com or call (408) 328-5000.

About Tzero Technologies, Inc.

Tzero Technologies is the leader in wireless video. The company's advanced ultra wideband technology can connect a range of A/V components -- displays, set-top boxes, digital video recorders and more -- without cabling throughout the home. Founded in 2003, Tzero is backed by tier-one venture partners, including August Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Miven Venture Partners, OVP, USVP and VentureTech Alliance. Tzero is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif. For more information, visit Tzero online at www.Tzerotech.com.

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