Inwall Audio/Video and Networking, Inc. Announces OnGlass

Innovation Helps Apartment Dwellers To Receive Satellite Signals



Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from Inwall Audio/Video and Networking, Inc.

    PORTLAND, Ore., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Inwall Audio/Video and Networking,
 Inc. today announced OnGlass, a window mount for Direct Broadcast Satellite
 (DBS) dishes.  For years apartment dwellers have not been able to utilize the
 newest satellite dish programming available.  Many apartment complexes allow
 dishes to be installed on their buildings but will not allow any holes to be
 put in their buildings.  Until now installation of a DBS dish required
 drilling into the side or roof of a building to mount the dish.
     OnGlass uses strong suction cups mounted on a clear sheet of plastic to
 mount the dish assembly to an outside window.  Now at least half of apartment
 dwellers (satellite dishes must be mounted facing south) have a chance at
 getting an alternative to high cost limited access cable or in-house cable
 systems that apartment complexes push on their tenants.  OnGlass is a patent
 pending window mount for satellite dishes to be installed on Apartments,
 Condominiums and Recreational Vehicles.
     "Just take a look at all the apartment complexes on your way home tonight
 to imagine the possibilities for this product to increase a company's
 satellite sales," said Brian Kruse National Sales Manager, OnGlass
 
     About Inwall Audio-Video and Networking, Inc.
     Inwall Audio-Video and Networking, Inc. is located in Clackamas, OR in the
 Portland Metro area focusing on installation of custom home audio and video
 equipment.  OnGlass is a patent pending design of Inwall Audio-Video and
 Networking, Inc.  Applications for OnGlass include window mounting on
 Apartments, Condominiums, Recreational Vehicles, Rental properties and
 temporary applications.  The device can be mounted to any smooth non-porous
 surface such as glass and fiberglass.  Locations can include skylights as well
 as exterior windows on houses and stationary vehicles.
 
     Contact:  Brian Kruse, National Sales Manager of Inwall Audio/Video and
 Networking, Inc., 877-517-4794, sales@onglass.com
 
     This release was issued through DigitalWork.com - Your Business Workshop
 For more information, visit http://www.digitalwork.com
 
 

SOURCE Inwall Audio/Video and Networking, Inc.
    PORTLAND, Ore., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Inwall Audio/Video and Networking,
 Inc. today announced OnGlass, a window mount for Direct Broadcast Satellite
 (DBS) dishes.  For years apartment dwellers have not been able to utilize the
 newest satellite dish programming available.  Many apartment complexes allow
 dishes to be installed on their buildings but will not allow any holes to be
 put in their buildings.  Until now installation of a DBS dish required
 drilling into the side or roof of a building to mount the dish.
     OnGlass uses strong suction cups mounted on a clear sheet of plastic to
 mount the dish assembly to an outside window.  Now at least half of apartment
 dwellers (satellite dishes must be mounted facing south) have a chance at
 getting an alternative to high cost limited access cable or in-house cable
 systems that apartment complexes push on their tenants.  OnGlass is a patent
 pending window mount for satellite dishes to be installed on Apartments,
 Condominiums and Recreational Vehicles.
     "Just take a look at all the apartment complexes on your way home tonight
 to imagine the possibilities for this product to increase a company's
 satellite sales," said Brian Kruse National Sales Manager, OnGlass
 
     About Inwall Audio-Video and Networking, Inc.
     Inwall Audio-Video and Networking, Inc. is located in Clackamas, OR in the
 Portland Metro area focusing on installation of custom home audio and video
 equipment.  OnGlass is a patent pending design of Inwall Audio-Video and
 Networking, Inc.  Applications for OnGlass include window mounting on
 Apartments, Condominiums, Recreational Vehicles, Rental properties and
 temporary applications.  The device can be mounted to any smooth non-porous
 surface such as glass and fiberglass.  Locations can include skylights as well
 as exterior windows on houses and stationary vehicles.
 
     Contact:  Brian Kruse, National Sales Manager of Inwall Audio/Video and
 Networking, Inc., 877-517-4794, sales@onglass.com
 
     This release was issued through DigitalWork.com - Your Business Workshop
 For more information, visit http://www.digitalwork.com
 
 SOURCE  Inwall Audio/Video and Networking, Inc.