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Cambridge-based hard-disc media server company strikes a deal with record industry major to supply factory-installed content

Hot on the heels of the launch of its MS1 MediaServer hard-disc entertainment system, Cambridge company Imerge has announced a deal that'll see the system delivered pre-loaded with content from UK divison of the Universal Music Group.

The agreement will allow the company to put content from the Universal library on the MS1 and its associated XiVASafe storage solutions, so that buyers will be able to enjoy the systems straight from the box.

And Imerge is promising 'something for everyone in the instantly accessible content'. David Reynaga, head of future products at Imerge, says that “Obviously there is much to be gained from working with the market leader in music based content, but for Imerge, the importance is providing the best musical and cinematic experience for the customer.

"There is a shared synergy between the two companies, and with our common ideal, the future heralds nothing but good news for the consumer.”

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