Monsoon Multimedia Donates Innovative Video Devices to NBA Players in Appreciation of Charitable Efforts

Monsoon
Multimedia, an innovative digital video solutions provider, announced the
donation of 30 HAVA Pro devices to NBA stars participating in the

China versus US
Charity Basketball Game including event organizers, Yao Ming and Steve Nash.
The Monsoon HAVA will allow the players to view and control their home TV, DVD
or PVR from anywhere in the world using a broadband connected PC, Windows
Mobile smartphone or handheld computer.

On
September 14, 2007 in
Beijing, NBA Stars will go
head-to-head against Yao Ming and

China’s top players in a charity
basketball game with all proceeds going directly to charities that support
Chinese orphans and youth. Recipients of funds raised at the event include Chi
Heng, a privately funded non-profit that works with children with AIDS, the
Special Olympics and the China Youth Development Foundation.

“We
are honored to give the players the comfort of home TV with the HAVA Pro, which
will allow them to stay connected to home TV programming, news and sports while
traveling across the globe,” said Colin Stiles, EVP, Sales & Marketing
at Monsoon. “We applaud the efforts of Yao Ming, Steve Nash as well as the
players from the NBA and

China
whose participation in this event will raise awareness of this important
cause.”

The
Monsoon HAVA can stream video from any video source including live TV, DVD
players and TiVo, to any broadband connected, Ethernet or Wi-If enabled PC,
notebook or Windows Mobile-based device. Monsoon HAVA technology features
unique mirroring and multicasting capabilities allowing multiple users to view
TV and video content both remotely and locally simultaneously on PCs or Windows
Mobile-based devices.