GlooLabs to Present at iHollywoodForum's Digital Living Room

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GlooLabs CEO to present new ways to remotely access personal multimedia content for the digital lifestyle.

GlooLabs, a leading provider of remote access technology for personal multimedia files today announced that David Arfin, CEO and co-Founder, will present at iHollywoodForum's Digital Living Room(R) 2005 event. This thought leader summit will feature executives, journalists and analysts who are defining consumer's digital lives.

David Arfin will present GlooLabs approach to “organize once, access anywhere” in the session titled: "Unlocking Consumers' Digital Images and Video" -- alongside speakers from Fuji Film, Shutterfly, Simple Star, Staccato Communications and Planetweb. The discussion with be moderated by Felix Nemirovsky, Optical Storage Technology Association Chairman, and highlight a range of opportunities to help consumers store and access their computers from within the home and on mobile devices. Arfin will also demonstrate GlooLabs’s photo sharing service.

“The reality is that most people keep digital photos on their computers, where up until now access is limited to computer screen,” says Arfin. “GlooLabs offers consumers an easy way to get those photos out to other devices and other people, to be enjoyed and shared.”

Digital Living Room will be held December 5-6, 2005 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Foster City, CA.

About GlooLabs

GlooLabs, Inc. has developed GlooNet, a remote access platform for embedded devices and remote access services for multimedia that enables wireless carriers, ISP’s, cable operators and device manufacturers to provide innovative, next-generation technology for use in the home, office, and remote locations. GlooNet supports remote access to photos, music, video and productivity documents. GLOO™ is licensed to service providers and device manufacturers and who develop and brand products for the mobile and digital entertainment worlds. A privately held company headquartered in Palo Alto, California, GlooLabs investors include Siemens Acceleration in Communications and Innovent, an entrepreneurial innovation unit in Nokia. For more information, visit

Copyright © 2005. GLOO and GlooNet are trademarks of GlooLabs, Inc. All other brand or product names are or may be trademarks of, and are used to identify products or services of, their respective owners.

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