Analog Way Aquilon C drives executive briefing centre

Analog Way Aquilon C drives executive briefing centre
Boston’s AVH Technology Partners selected an Analog Way Aquilon C to be at the heart of a new executive briefing centre (EBC) in the corporate headquarters of a New England-based software developer.

Designed with capabilities to deliver presentations for investors, informative daily briefs for staff and training sessions for end-users, the EBC is a space fulfills the needs of the client today but also meets the technological demands of the future.

"The client is very creative and wanted to push the envelope in everything,” notes Steve Grace, AVH president. “Featuring a large LED video screen, spatial audio and theatrical lighting, the EBC can synchronise video content with acoustic and lighting effects. This is a space with capabilities seldom found in corporate environments.”

When AVH began the search for equipment that could deliver what the client wanted to achieve in the EBC, “Analog Way checked all the boxes for us,” says AVH VP Collin Hogan, who designed the system. “We needed seamless switching, complex videowall processing, Dante audio, 12G SDI and true 4K HDR 4:4:4. The competition’s gear had restrictions on those features, but Aquilon C offered everything – and in one box, which simplified our schematics tremendously.”

“The EBC has a real ‘wow’ effect on everyone who sees it, and we’re proud to be part of this project,” notes Seth Teates, Analog Way’s senior regional sales manager. “Aquilon delivers everything that AVH was looking for. It can take in various signal types up to 4K60 HDR and output those signals with rock solid performance. It also futureproofs the EBC providing room to grow with future sources and displays. Aquilon can seamlessly switch, scale and window to any output creating multiple layers of content and PIPs on the main screen and other displays. And with our low latency from input to output there’s no delay to the conversation if the client wants to do videoconferencing.”

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