29 Aug 2012
Navvo takes VOCO system global
Navvo is launching the VOCO Wireless Multi-Zone Media System worldwide. The VOCO team has completed agreements for worldwide distribution in several countries including Australia's QualiFi PTY, France's Pilote Films, Russia's Synergenta, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg with House of Music, Switzerland's Domo Supply, and has appointed a national agency to help VOCO launch in Canada.
VOCO, described as the first voice-controlled wireless media system aims to make music and video easier to access, manage, and play using the Voice feature for retrieval of content. Its free Android or Apple apps enable users to ask for music or videos and stream them throughout the home.
"What VOCO is doing with their product offering is simply revolutionary," stated Michael Henriksen, CEO of QualiFi. "We are very impressed with what VOCO is doing with wirelessly streaming music and video and we will be doing extremely well with VOCO," added Philippe Loupias, Managing Director of Pilote Films in France.
"We continue to create disruptive technology products which provide fast and easy access to the music and videos consumers want," said Wade Fenn, Founder and CEO of Navvo. "Combining our voice search with the ability to stream up to 1080p HD video creates meaningful differentiation in the streaming media category."
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