12.12.2003 12:00 PM
Sony highlights IEEE 1394 at DV Expo

New i.LINK products from Sony include the PFM series LCD monitors and the new 80 GB version of the Giga Vault hard-disk media device (pictured), which is compatible with both Mac and PC computers.

Sony showed several i.LINK-enabled products that can convert compatible audio and video equipment into IT-enabled devices. As a result, content can be created and then shared quickly and easily through multiple means.

New i.LINK products include the PFM series of professional LCD monitors and the new 80 GB version of the Giga Vault hard-disk media device with compatibility for both Macintosh and PC users.

Another highlight of the show was the suite of Sony Pictures Digital media software products (formerly the desktop software assets of Sonic Foundry).

These products encompass all of the former Sonic Foundry products, which were acquired by Sony Pictures Digital in July, and include such tools as Vegas, Vegas + DVD, Sound Forge and ACID.

For more information, visit: www.sony.com/professional.

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