MILPITAS, CA–September 6, 2006 – AVerMedia® Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of digital multimedia and presentation technology, announced today that they will be teaming up with Troxell Communications to offer special pricing on document cameras for schools located in counties affected by Hurricane Katrina. Furthermore, Troxell and AVerMedia will donate a portion of the proceeds of every AVerVision Document Camera sold to the American Library Association, who is providing 100% of all Katrina-related donations to aid in the rebuilding of Katrina damaged or destroyed libraries.

Between September 1, 2006 and December 31, 2006, AVerMedia and Troxell will be offering significant discounts for all current AVerVision Document Camera models for schools located in the following counties in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama listed by FEMA as Katrina affected areas: Jefferson, Bibb, Colbert, Cullman, Lamar, Lauderdale, Marion, Monroe, Perry, Wilcox, Winston, Marengo, Choctaw, Clarke, Sumter, Baldwin, Clarke, Choctaw, Mobile, Sumter, and Washington.

Furthermore, between September 1, 2006 and December 31, 2006, AVerMedia and Troxell will donate $1.00 for every AVerVision Document Camera sold by Troxell nationwide ($.50 each from Troxell and AVerMedia, totaling $1.00 per document camera). All AVerVision Document Cameras sold by Troxell will be tabulated during this period, and the donation funds compiled and presented to the American Library Association by January, 2007.

“This program is part of AVerMedia’s continuous commitment to offering support to the community,” says Arthur Pait, President of AVerMedia Technologies, Inc. USA. “By providing funds and resources to aid in the rebuilding of schools affected by Hurricane Katrina, the future of the children and their education in the hard-hit areas becomes increasingly brighter.”

“Troxell has been a long-time supporter of the scholastic community,” says Jim Troxell, President and CEO of Troxell Communications. “We are extremely proud to partner with AVerMedia to offer this program to the Gulf Coast schools that were so devastated by last year’s hurricanes.”

For more information about this program, visit:

http://www.avermedia-usa.com/presentation.html or call 408-263-3828. For more information about Troxell Communications, visit: http://www.trox.com . For more information regarding the American Library Association’s Hurricane Katrina Program, visit: http://www.ala.org/ala/cro/katrina/katrina.htm

About AVerMedia Technologies:

AVerMedia is the technology leader in Digital Multimedia Video Convergence Technology. Aside from its full line of TV Tuners and Personal Video Recorder products, AVerMedia provides Hardware and Software DVR Board Security Systems, Document Cameras, Digital Video Makers, TV Photo Viewers, and PC-to-TV Converters for consumer and corporate/ educational markets. AVerMedia also partners with ODMs for the development of AVerMedia’s technologies for integration applications.

About Troxell Communications:

Troxell Communications has been providing audio visual solutions to the scholastic market–both K-12 and higher education–for almost 60 years. Headquartered in Phoenix with offices nationwide, we offer a broad spectrum of AV solutions from the most recognizable names in presentation technology. Whether you’re standardizing an entire school campus or just upgrading your conference room technology, Troxell Communications is your partner in presentation solutions.

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