AMX outlines plans for ISE 2015

The AMX by Harman stand at ISE 2015 will feature a range of its new stablemates in the form of AKG, Soundcraft, Studer, Martin Lighting, JBL and Crown, as part of a sound stage and recording studio setup on the exhibition booth.

AMX  will  be  demonstrating  the  latest  enhancements  to  its  Enzo content sharing and conferencing system.  Amongst the capabilities being demonstrated will be the addition of screen mirroring of laptop and mobile device content and upcoming support for web conferencing.   

Visitors will also see the AMX Sereno video conferencing camera, which includes support  for Skype and Microsoft Lync conferencing.  

AMX will also be introducing the Enova DGX Firmware Version 2.0.  Massio, AMX’s latest ControlPad Series, will also be making its ISE debut.  Effectively combining the installation flexibility of a wall or lectern-mounted keypad with the device and room control capabilities of a central controller, Massio is a suitable control interface for classrooms, conference rooms, or any room where device and environment control is needed.

Also on  display will  be the new NetLinx NX Series Controllers, designed to support the increasing number of IP-controlled AV products being managed across corporate networks, the next generation NX controllers include IPv6 and 802.1x security support for connection to the enterprise  network, as well as dual NIC functionality to completely isolate IP-controlled AV devices. 

The AMX stand will also have the new Solecis switcher range which increases meeting productivity by offering a way for all participants to share their laptop with the room. By integrating an AV switcher, a distance transport transmitter and control inputs that enable switching without the need for an  external controller, Solecis addresses the needs of many meeting scenarios. 

Delegates will also be able to see the company’s 11th and 12th All-In-One Presentation Switcher models, the Enova DVX-2110HD-SP and Enova DVX-2110HD-T.

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