Kramer signs up to the SDVoE Alliance

Kramer signs up to the SDVoE Alliance
Kramer is the latest company to join the SDVoE Alliance as a contributing member, swelling the ranks of the group ahead of the 2018 ISE Show where it celebrates its first anniversary.

Raviv Kramer, deputy CEO at Kramer, said the company was thrilled to join the alliance. “The message carried by the alliance resonates well with our AV/IT strategic roadmap,” he added.

The SDVoE Alliance will also present education case study sessions at ISE to demonstrate real examples of where SDVoE technology has been deployed. 

On February 7 the alliance will stage two one-hour sessions in room G109 at the Amsterdam RAI. The session at 14.30 will explore installations at the Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU), Indiana State Museum and the Thai Government Excise Department control room. At 16.00 the alliance will present live event productions distributing 4K video to projectors; multi-floor system designs for corporate environments; Yale University’s Sterling Law Building AV/data transport system linking classrooms to a central control room; and home-automation installations controlling home theatre, audio, lighting and pools. 

Earlier in the month the SDVoE Alliance announced another new member, NK Systems. The developer of network storage, video servers and video editing workstations joined as an adopting member and will present at ISE on the SDVoE Alliance stand, 3-B150.