In Store Audio, Radio Streaming and Hardware all under one roof at NAB 2015

In Store Audio, Radio Streaming and Hardware all under one roof at NAB 2015

Visit StoreStreams and LineQ at NAB2015 today

StoreStreams, Barix/LineQ and staff members from XYZ Stream Hosting will be in Las Vegas April 11 – 16th at NAB2015. Come meet our team in the Central Hall at booth number C6346 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.  Come by to learn about The StoreStreams In Store Audio Platform that makes retail radio implementations fast and simple. The Store Streams In Store Audio Platform offers a complete streaming radio solution for all retailers and Audio Visual service companies who install Digital Signage products. StoreStreams offers a fully licensed in store audio platform for all retailers of any size.  The StoreStreams in store audio platform consist of content, licencing, playback hardware, speakers, power amps and streaming media delivery.

StoreStreams and Line Q are located during NAB at the:

Central Hall in booth C6346
Barix Technologies / Line Q Booth
Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89109

For more information visit:
StoreStreams at
LineQ at
arix at


StoreStreams to Offer Turnkey In-Store Radio to Businesses

StoreStreams to Offer Turnkey In-Store Radio to Businesses

Integrated solution removes the headaches of procuring content and licensing, while simplifying deployments and operation through a fully networked system

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, February 24, 2015 — The in-store radio architecture is typically a patchwork of systems and components from  different sources to deliver music and advertising to businesses, with challenging scenarios for licensing music and audio content. The formation of StoreStreams aims to simplify the launch and management of a multi-site in-store radio system, cleanly integrating IT network infrastructure with audio players—and providing the content, licensing and user interface to ensure a unified and profitable service.

StoreStreams brings together the music catalog and network intelligence of XYZ Stream Hosting, a specialist in live, multiplatform content delivery; with end point hardware supplied through LineQ, a distributor specializing in networked AV equipment. LineQ will supply Ecler Sound amplifiers, Cornered Sound loudspeakers and media players from Barix, an IP audio pioneer with hundreds of thousands of hardware players in deployment worldwide. Furthermore, the service operates on a contract-free, month-to-month basis for maximum operational flexibility.

The StoreStreams service will focus specifically on streaming content to network operators and retail businesses that want a wide selection of music channels, without the headaches of procuring and licensing content. A clean and intuitive interface will allow curators and program managers to build playlists and manage content with ease. Included within the management application is the ability to structure and schedule ad placement, station ID’s and promotional material. For resellers and integrators, the complete integrated package minimizes components and eliminates installation headaches, further accelerating deployments.

Perhaps above all, the reliability of the cloud-based, redundant streaming architecture will ensure a live, branded streaming service with high availability for networks of any scale—ensuring a dynamic, high-quality and uninterrupted in-store radio experience.

“Utilizing 21 data centers, StoreStreams serves retail businesses nationwide with hyper-regionalized content and customized services directly from the data center closest to each business location,” said Charles Odom, vice president of marketing, StoreStreams. “And through our multichannel music library and licensing agreements, our customers will have access to the most up-to-date content with full legality.”

Will Schmidt, vice president of sales for LineQ, adds that packaging the content and licensing into an integrated solution with streaming, content management, and end point tools also makes StoreStreams an ideal platform for content curators. By including content and licensing, curators can manage audio programming for retail businesses without getting involved in the legal aspects of the in-store media business.

“By aligning everything under one management system and offering comfortable month-to-month contracts, StoreStreams and LineQ have a recipe for anyone to succeed at in-store radio,” said Schmidt, adding that the entire solution is engineered to deliver an absorbing retail customer experience. “The placement of the servers and optimization of end points for consistency in live streaming is all designed to provide superior performance. This is a service that is built to satisfy customers for the long haul.”

LineQ is currently offering six months of free service with the purchase of an endpoint device, such as the Barix Exstreamer—the device that receives, decodes and plays out audio content inside stores. The complete solution will be available by end of February.
About StoreStreams

StoreStreams is the turnkey in-store audio solution that integrates seamlessly within retail environments, providing access to a wide-ranging music catalog that complements the atmosphere of any business.  Founded by musicians and music lovers, StoreStreams creates customized, branded radio channels that remove the elevator music stigma, and is driven by technology that ensures the highest quality sound.  StoreStreams also ensures the highest possible uptime for live streaming services without interruption through its regionalized, redundant server environments, offering reliable and scalable services for both the single retail storefront and large business networks with thousands of locations.

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XYZ Stream Hosting to Raise the Curtain on a New Era for Content Delivery at NAB

XYZ Stream Hosting to Raise the Curtain on a New Era for Content Delivery at NAB

By XYZ Stream Team

LAS VEGAS – XYZ Stream Hosting will join some of the most influential players in the broadcast, media and entertainment industry at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show, which kicks off April 5.

During the NAB — which runs from April 5-10 in Las Vegas and with an estimated 93,000 attendees from more than 156 countries — the XYZ team will be participating in the SPROCKIT program. The SPROCKIT program is designed for game-changing companies in the media and entertainment industry to demonstrate solutions to key industry executives, decision-makers and influencers at leading media and entertainment companies.

Charles Odom, vice president of sales and marketing for XYZ Stream Hosting, will address show attendees on Monday April 7 at 4:30 p.m. PT and discuss the changing industry landscape and how XYZ’s capabilities and vision are helping to power the future for media and entertainment.

In addition to the Odom’s pitch presentation, The XYZ Stream Team of experts will be on-hand in the  SPROCKIT Hub (Booth #C2455-J2 in the Las Vegas Convention Center) to discuss how the company’s Phoenix platform is changing the way companies deliver digital content.

“XYZ Stream Hosting is looking forward to meeting and sharing ideas with our fellow SPROCKIT companies at NAB,’’ said Roland DeLeon, CEO and founder of XYZ Stream Hosting. “There is a transformation underway today in the media and entertainment industry. As the way digital content is distributed and delivered changes, XYZ is helping to drive this evolution.’’

Come visit us at the show. Follow us on Twitter at @StreamXYZ.

PEER 1 Rolls Out EMC Atmos Globally Distributed Cloud Storage for Innovative Storage-as-a-Service

EMC Atmos Speeds Time to Market; Provides Highly Available, Flexible, and Cost-Efficient Self-Service Cloud Storage

HOPKINTON, Mass., July 18, 2011

EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) today announced that PEER 1 Hosting, one of the top hosting providers in the world with 12,000 customers, has deployed EMC® Atmos™ globally distributed cloud storage as the foundation of its CloudOne Storage, a self-service, metered storage solution. Powered by EMC Atmos, which provides powerful and efficient management of globally distributed cloud storage and big data environments, PEER 1’s CloudOne storage provides customers with a highly flexible, cost-efficient and reliable storage-as-a-service solution for content and data storage, backup and archiving, off-loading of large media objects and virtually any other data requirement.

Dax Moreno, General Manager of ServerBeach, PEER 1 Hosting’s dedicated server division, said, “We did an exhaustive evaluation of eight cloud providers, but EMC was the only one that offered a completely integrated software and hardware cloud storage solution. We were also impressed with EMC’s big R&D investments in cloud. We avoided having to start from scratch and build our own solution or buy pieces from different vendors. So we were able to go to market much faster by deploying EMC Atmos’ robust and proven cloud storage.”

With headquarters in Vancouver and 17 data centers worldwide, PEER 1 Hosting’s deployment of EMC Atmos has provided them with the ability to scale to unlimited capacities. The solution incorporates key features of EMC Atmos software, including GeoProtect for advanced data protection, Atmos Web Service APIs for integrating customers’ Internet-based applications with CloudOne Storage, and multi-tenancy to enable PEER 1 Hosting to securely and efficiently serve multiple applications from a single cloud infrastructure.

John Hamner, Product Manager, PEER 1 Hosting said, “Atmos has a lot of built-in flexibility because we can easily set different policies to match the different cost and availability requirements of our cloud storage customers. We want to make sure that CloudOne Storage provides not just raw storage but also the high availability our customers demand. Additionally, with Atmos’ GeoProtect, we get sophisticated data protection that is designed specifically for cloud environments.”

One of PEER 1 Hosting’s objectives is to make sign up and access to CloudOne easy. “Our go-to-market strategy is to make CloudOne Storage just three clicks away from any customer that wants it,” stated Hamner. “EMC Atmos helped us reach that goal and in addition, using the new Atmos APIs, we are able to customize the fit for our customer’s offerings and tap into a number of different markets such as streaming media or desktop backups.”

One such customer is, which distributes digital music and video to consumers through a variety of devices such as game systems, digital video recorders, smart phones and PCs.

Roland DeLeon, CEO of, explained, “By leveraging the Atmos API, we have our digital media streaming application tightly integrated with CloudOne Storage. This has really accelerated our go-to-market strategy because artists, producers and media outlets can use our offering to more rapidly distribute their creative music and video content across a wide variety of channels.”

“Instead of simply storing our customers’ data,” Moreno adds, “we’re able to cache the popular content on servers, use site accelerators to distribute it a lot quicker, and provide faster page loads and response times. As higher-quality video and music becomes more pervasive on the Web, our cloud storage offering is expanding its role as a huge market enabler for our customers.”

About EMC

EMC Corporation is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service. Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing.  Through innovative products and services, EMC accelerates the journey to cloud computing, helping IT departments to store, manage, protect and analyze their most valuable asset — information — in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way. Additional information about EMC can be found at

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