Ceton Discusses Its New “Q” Entertainment Platform

Jan 16, 2012 by

Last week at CES, Ceton hosted a technology preview of a new entertainment platform comprising a whole-home DVR/media hub, a Media Center extender, and a family of companion apps for second screens and mobile devices. We sat down with Ed Graczyk, Ceton’s Chief Marketing Officer, to hear about this exciting new suite of products first-hand. Last week’s Entertainment 2.0 featured clips from our interview, but you can catch the entire inteview right here.

Download the interview or listen, below.

Be sure to check all of our CES coverage at The Digital Media Zone.

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  • Anonymous

    I’m psyched for the Hopper. Out of all the great announcements at CES this year, it was far and away my favorite. I’ve seen DISH come out with a lot of great products over the last few years of working for the company, but one thing that’s been missing is a whole home DVR. And with that enormous hard-drive and the ability to record six shows simultaneously with the PrimeTime Anytime feature enabled, it shows they intend on raising the bar. I wish it was out now but the Hopper is going to be worth the wait.

  • Jon Willoughby

    I am excited to hear about the Q (obviously!), but I’m also excited to hear about the extender! Maybe I didn’t pay enough attention to the interview, but from what I understand, there are two extender modes. Will the classic extender mode have any additional functionality or will you only get that if you pair it with a Q? I’m excited either way!!

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