Exterity showcases expanded IP video portfolio at ISE 2019
Exterity is returning to Integrated Systems Europe on February 5-8, 2019 (stand #10.K163) to show an expanded portfolio to enable end users to deploy IP video and digital signage systems.
The latest products and solutions to be showcased at ISE 2019 include:
ArtioGuest: launched in 2018, ArtioGuest delivers an interactive TV and video experience for hospitality guests on any device to respond to increasing demand from hotel guests looking for in-room technology that is ‘better than home’ such as Six Senses Zinghy Bay.
ArtioSign: Exterity’s digital signage system enables organisations to deliver signage to any display, incorporating video up to 4K. The latest version includes enhancements, such as automatic conversion of imported video, meeting room status display with integration with Microsoft Exchange and Amadeus Delphi, and support for Samsung Tizen TVs.
AvediaPlayer 4K Media Player: Exterity’s AvediaPlayer range of media players now includes the m9405 Media Player. Key features include 4K UHD video quality; 32GB storage to support hours of digital signage; a cool, fanless design; and Power over Ethernet (PoE).
Smart Control: this app brings control of key IP video system applications and end points, including non-Exterity devices, into one central location. Smart Control enables day-to-day management of a mixed device IPTV system and brings the Control apps for ArtioSign and ArtioGuest into one place.
Integration of the latest industry standards with AvediaStream Transcoders:
NDI support: The Transcoder platform is the first of Exterity’s products to integrate NDI (Network Device Interface). It enables organisations to send production-quality video from their NDI live production environments to all end points in their Exterity system, including remote sites.
Video watermarking: enables organisations to ensure video traceability and to brand their video content using customisable text, images and time watermarking
HEVC support: HEVC offers double the compression ratio compared to H.264 for the same quality, so organisations can enjoy 50% savings on bandwidth when streaming video to remote offices. With 4K video content making its way into multiple industries, HEVC support on transcoder platforms ensures that organisations can stream 4K video effectively on their network, as well as convert 4K content for existing HD screens.
AvediaStream TVgateways: The new AvediaStream g4400 introduces a new workflow to the Exterity TVgateway product line. Not only can it distribute IP-delivered broadcast video to connected screens on your LAN, it also delivers video content from your LAN to remote sites over the internet. The g4400 supports SRT, enabling Secure and Reliable Transport of video, with minimal delay, between remote sites for distribution to all the screens in your global Exterity system.