ZeeVee to show off new line of video distribution solutions
ZeeVee, which is distributed in Australia by AV Distributors, will be demonstrating its new video distribution solutions – the ZvMXE, ZyPerMX and ZyPer4K CATx with KVM at the InfoComm 2016 Show in Las Vegas, 4-10 June.
The ZyPerMX HD IP video encoder uses industry standard H.264 (MPEG4) encoding technology and provides a bridge between the current high definition iSeries and the 4K/UHD ZyPer4k products. As many new buildings have been wired without traditional COAX cabling, the ZyPerMX provides an affordable, easy to set up and easy to maintain IP video encoding solution enabling customers to deliver video content over their Ethernet networks.
“The new ZyPerMX truly bridges the divide between today’s HDBridge/RF products and the new generation of high capacity ZyPer4K/network based products,” says ZeeVee vice president – sales and marketing Chris Scurto.
“It allows an AV integrator to offer an IP video distribution system to their customers that comes with the solid performance and reputation of our RF products and shares the same ZeeVee focus on ease of set up, installation and management.”
The ZvMXE, debuting at the show, is a highly flexible and easy to set up IP decoder designed providing a full end-to-end IP solution when married to the ZyPerMx IP encoder, all from one manufacturer. The ZvMXE integrates seamlessly with the ZyPerMX, and allows for the distribution of video over standard IP network infrastructures.
The new ZyPer4k CATx expands upon the ZyPer4K platform, the only solution today that switches and distributes uncompressed Ultra-HD (4K) video, audio and RS232/IR control signals, and KVM by leveraging off-the-shelf 10Gbps switching products, with support for CATx infrastructures.
“The ZyPer4k CATx delivers all the functionality of the ZyPer4K for clients who haven’t made the upgrade to fiber cabling,” Chris says.
With the addition of these new products, ZeeVee’s multi-source to multi-screen video distribution platforms continue to deliver on its promise of any source, over any network to unlimited displays.