Exterity returns to ISE 2017 to showcase the industry's latest IP Video and Digital Signage solutions

Exterity returns to ISE 2017 to showcase the industry's latest IP Video and Digital Signage solutions

Full end-to-end 4K video distribution, extended content protection, enhanced digital signage capability and a comprehensive mobile video solution are among the lineup of new features to be demonstrated at ISE 2017

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Exterity
has announced that it will demonstrate its full end-to-end product portfolio at ISE 2017 (February 7-10, Amsterdam RAI, The Netherlands).

In order to continue to provide advanced integrated IP video and digital signage solutions, Exterity has extended its product portfolio with: 

  • ArtioSign® Digital Signage: launched at ISE 2016, the intuitive and powerful digital signage solution has been extended with new scheduling and management features, seamlessly integrated with IP video.
  • AvediaStream® 4K Encoder: as 4K becomes increasingly important across more industry applications, Exterity’s end-to-end 4K solution provides integrators and end users with an easier way to manage the distribution of ultra high definition (UHD) content.
  • Content protection: HDCP is the international standard in content protection and Exterity is the first IP video manufacturer to offer the latest HDCP Professional technology in its AvediaStream Encoders. Customers deploying Exterity IP video systems can confidently stream high-value content to a greater number of end points, reassured that their solution meets the increasingly stringent content protection demands of content owners, and protects video from illegal copying and distribution.
  • ArtioPortal® mobile video support: Exterity’s fully integrated mobile solution makes it easier for industries such as stadiums, education, hospitality and corporate to deliver high-quality TV and video to mobile devices.

"The AV technology evolution is accelerating, and it’s important for vendors like us to maintain the same level of innovation and pioneering that has turned Exterity into one of the most recognized suppliers of enterprise IP video and digital signage," commented Exterity CEO, Colin Farquhar. "The new additions to our portfolio mean that integrators and end users will find it easier, more effective and faster than ever to deploy and use our systems – regardless of the size of the installation or its specific requirements. We are proud to continue our tradition of helping the market move forward as new trends keep emerging, from 4K to HDCP Professional, and to offer readily deployable solutions that adapt to the often different requirements across a wide range of industries."