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Cerevo Exhibits at SXSW and Unveils its Latest Product
A Hackable Palm Size Physical switch to control web services
March 12, 2015 | Tokyo
Cerevo, the IoT startup based in Tokyo, will exhibit its prototype for smart snowboard bindings XON SNOW-1 and its latest unveiled product at South by Southwest 2015 Music, Film and Interactive Festival (SXSW) from March 15th.
SNOW-1 had received high reputations from media and attendees of CES, and had received Top Tech of CES 2015 award at Sports & Fitness division from US media, Digital Trends.
In addition to XON SNOW-1, Cerevo will exhibit a new product. Users can customize to control web services and replace switches to other switches. SXSW will be the first time to unveil this product.
Takuma Iwasa, a founder and a CEO of Cerevo, will join the talk session at SXSW interactive to talk about latest topics and news about Japanese IoT startups on March 14th.
Event: SXSW Trade Show 2015 Mar. 15-18
Booth address: Austin Convention Center Exhibition Hall 4, booth 1315
Talk Session Japan Challenge: Hybrid Culture Raises Innovation
Time: 11:00 – 12:00
Venue: JW Marriott Salon 2（110 E 2nd St）
Cerevo Inc. was named after (Consumer Electronic REVOlution) and its HQ is locating in
Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan. Cerevo focuses on creating network consumer devices. Cerevo makes its efforts to improve your daily life through the use of its products with the unique internet solutions.
Cerevo had developed and released CEREVO CAM, a digital camera with internet connectivity, LiveShell series, a device to enable to live stream on Ustream only with your digital camera, SmartTrigger, a bluetooth remote to enable to release the shutter of digital camera from your smart phone, and LiveWedge, a 4 HDMP input switcher with live streaming function. Those products are sold for more than 27 countries. For more information, please visit http://cerevo.com