Exterity's Chief Technology Officer, Mike Allan and JD Jones, Vice President Americas will attend NAB 2016 in Las Vegas 18-21 April to showcase its ArtioSign solution.
Exterity, the leading provider of enterprise IP video solutions, will demonstrate its ArtioSign solution, an integrated digital signage and IP video platform that enables organizations to stream TV and video alongside live news updates and tailored messages to strengthen their communications.
Designed for organizations that want to install multiple digital signage displays to inform and enhance employee, visitor and guest experiences, ArtioSign is built into every Exterity AvediaPlayer Receiver to facilitate integration and enable organizations to immediately benefit from the digital signage capabilities combined with the Exterity IP video system.
Using ArtioSign, organizations can turn any connected display into a digital signage delivery point, centrally control the time, location and target audience for each of their messages, as well as tailor the experience to specific audiences and locations.
The company will also demonstrate its complete enterprise IP video product portfolio that 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.
NAB is the world’s largest electronic media show covering the creation, management and delivery of content across all platforms. With over 100,000 attendees from more than 160 countries and 1,700+ exhibitors with many focusing on solutions that transcend traditional broadcasting to embrace content delivery to new screens in new ways, this is a great opportunity for Exterity to exchange techniques and strategies with the world’s digital media leaders.