The portfolio enables organizations to easily deploy an IP video system delivering content up to 4K quality, regardless of the network or end device.
Atlanta, March 24 – Exterity, the leading provider of enterprise IP video technologies for the secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP, today announced that it will demonstrate its complete enterprise IP video product portfolio at 2016 NAB Show in Las Vegas from April 18 - 21 and speak at Connected Media|IP@NAB on April 18.
The Exterity enterprise IP video portfolio enables organizations to distribute content over the corporate LAN and beyond via WAN, Wi-Fi, the Internet or a Content Delivery Network, extending media distribution to any device connected over any network.
In addition to its enterprise IP video solutions portfolio, Exterity will demonstrate its extended support for 4K and also introduce ArtioSign, its integrated IP video and digital signage solution. These latest innovations complement the range of products, launched throughout 2015 that enable Exterity’s “Beyond the LAN” capabilities, and the latest version of the ArtioPortal middleware platform showcased at CABSAT in Dubai earlier this year.
Mike Allan, CTO at Exterity, said: “The American market has a strong appetite for the highest quality technology, and we’ve seen a surge in demand for our enterprise IP video solutions across the media & broadcast, corporate & finance, education, oil & gas and stadiums & venues industries. Our solutions easily adapt to a lot of different environments, while ensuring that our customers receive the utmost service and support for the latest industry standards – including 4K, content protection and delivery of multiple sources to any device, over any network. Visitors to our booth and to my presentation at Connected Media|IP theatre on April 18th will be able to learn more about how to build effective enterprise IP video experiences.”
Exterity recently expanded its American presence with the appointment of Scott Payne as Midwest Channel Manager to support the growing regional demand for IP video solutions and was named a Certified InfoComm International Renewal Unit Provider, allowing the more than 9,000 accredited professionals to complement their certification with Exterity education programs.
“Our US team and network of partners ensure that our customers always receive reliable and worthy support, and at NAB we are looking forward to helping the industry further understand how to utilize the power of IP video,” concluded JD Jones, Vice President Americas at Exterity.
Exterity has customers across the globe and in multiple sectors, including ABC, BBC, Best Western Hotels, City University London, post-production company FirstRule, The Open Golf Championship and Thomson Reuters.
Allan will be speaking about “Making a success of video over IP delivery into the enterprise” at Connected Media|IP@NAB on Monday April 18 at 13:30 – 14:30 PST.