BOCA RATON, FLA. -
. said it will allow consumer-electronics companies and cable operators the ability to make and sell their own digital set-tops. Specifically, the company will offer a CD-ROM that contains the design schematics and licenses required to manufacture and market its "i2020" set-top, which can handle Internet access and video-on-demand applications. Inprimis will make the package available for $60,000 later this month. Inprimis said its designs are used presently by Philips Consumer Electronics Co. and LodgeNet Entertainment Corp.
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