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Cinemo and S1nn Collaborate to Deliver the Finest In-Car Entertainment Experience to Luxury Sports Car Maker

Cinemo, developers of high performance embedded multimedia technologies for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), and S1nn GmbH & Co. KG, designers of automotive infotainment, audio systems and connectivity technology, have announced that their first joint customer project will go SOP (Start of Production) in the fourth quarter of 2013.

This project is with one of the World leaders in high performance sports cars, and features Cinemo’s ultra-fast media management and embedded software playback solution integrated into S1nn’s infotainment platform.

Created to allow near instantaneous access to all media content available in the car regardless of the location or storage device, Cinemo’s Media Management Engine™ features multi-pass content indexing, ultra-fast searches, supports complex queries, smart synchronization, Unicode collation, alphabetical index generation, video thumbnail creation, dynamic on-demand searches, a seamless approach between local and connected database access, and further significantly intelligent algorithms and extensive optimizations which truly revolutionize the way and speed IVI digital media can be controlled.

For content playback, Cinemo’s Unified Media Player, enables a highly optimized, robust, automotive grade, and feature rich multimedia experience. Additionally, combined with Cinemo’s Distributed Media Management™, it will be possible to instantly access and browse the multimedia content stored on all devices connected to the network.

Cinemo and S1nn’s infotainment solution offers an unrivalled feature set with outstanding quality providing supreme indulgence in any automotive setting” said Richard Lesser, CEO of Cinemo GmbH. “S1nn is renowned with delivering high class audio components and sound systems for the automotive and consumer electronics industries, and we are therefore very proud of our collaboration on such an important project”.

“In developing a no-compromise multimedia system with a level of power and performance necessary in such a World leading sports car, Cinemo’s unique media playback architecture demonstrated a level of unparalleled excellence”, said Andreas Heim, Managing Director of S1nn GmbH & Co. KG. “We are very happy to build a unique partnership with Cinemo to create an essential part of the multimedia eco-system”.

About Cinemo

Cinemo provides the most advanced unified media player in the embedded world: CPU and Operating System agnostic as well as highly optimized for low power devices, Cinemo's middleware decodes, plays and renders virtually any file, disc and streaming formats. Designed and optimized for the high quality requirements of the automotive industry, Cinemo’s Unified Media Player can be seamlessly integrated into automotive / in-vehicle infotainment systems, consumer electronics, handheld devices, media phones, and industrial embedded computing platforms.

Cinemo GmbH is a privately held German Corporation, headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany. With a dedicated and strong engineering team, Cinemo's technologies represent the best in their class.

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