SDVoE Alliance expands

Published: WORLD

SDVoE Alliance expands

WORLD: Guangzhou MediaComm Technology (MediaComm), Panduit and ImagSystems have all joined the SDVoE Alliance. Founded earlier this year, the alliance is formed of technology providers and manufacturers to promote SDVoE solutions to system integrators, designers and consultants.

MediaComm joins as an adopting member and plans to introduce SDVoE-compliant AV-over-IP transmitters and receivers to the domestic Chinese market. ‘This will provide our customers with the pristine video experience and low latency required in command and control environments and other demanding A/V applications,’ said Alan Wang, general manager at MediaComm. ‘Our customers will also appreciate the interoperability with other pro A/V products offered by adherence to SDVoE Alliance performance specifications.’

Australian lighting manufacturer ImagSystems has also become an adopting member of the alliance and has released an advanced encoder/decoder built on SDVoE technology, Lightning. ‘The time is absolutely right for SDVoE technology and our Lightning product,’ enthused Gerry Raffaut, CEO of ImagSystems. ‘We’re seeing interest from dozens of projects in many sectors.’

Panduit is a contributing member of the alliance. ‘Panduit is excited to be the first cabling and connectivity manufacturer to join the SDVoE Alliance as a contributing member,’ noted Dennis Renaud, vice president of Panduit’s enterprise business.

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