The SDVoE Alliance, a nonprofit consortium of technology providers collaborating to standardize the adoption of Ethernet to transport AV signals in professional AV environments, announces AVPro Edge has joined the SDVoE Alliance as a contributing member.
AVPro Edge’s latest innovation, the MXNet 10G AV-over-IP ecosystem, arrives ready to meet the design challenges for upscale commercial and residential applications head-on. Based on SDVoE technology, MXNet 10G uses a 10Gbps Ethernet network as a bridge between system endpoints and the software platform comprising audio, video, USB, KVM and control signals. SDVoE’s ASIC-based technology consolidates a host of features and formerly individual component platforms into a readily-available form factor, avoiding supply chain issues associated with designs based on FPGA architecture, which is currently in excessive global demand.
“AVPro Edge has built a reputation of building stable, high-performance video distribution products that are designed to address today’s integration challenges,” says Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance.
“We are pleased to welcome AVPro Edge to the SDVoE Alliance. We believe the industry will find immense value in AVPro Edge’s innovative solutions built upon SDVoE’s technology.”
Tom Devine, Marketing Director with AVPro Edge, adds the company’s membership will help it to move forward as the custom installation market continues to evolve with new connectivity technologies.
“We want to be the manufacturer that integrators come to for ALL video distribution needs, that means we need to cover all the ways integrators are moving video signals. AV over IP is a segment of the industry that is growing, and while 1G solutions are available from AVPro Edge, we want to do everything we can to deliver the most optimized signal to the screen. To do that we looked to the Alliance as a technology partner. Using SDVoE, we can develop a stable technology to deliver jaw-dropping video quality distributed throughout a network switch. The bandwidth needed to deliver quality video is ever increasing, by using a technology that’s 10x larger than traditional AV-over-IP methods allows us to pass the types of signals the end user wants to see, like 4K, HDR, Dolby Atmos, and Dolby Vision,” comments Devine.
“AVPro Edge will continue to develop products we know integrators are needing on site in the latest and greatest installations. By adding SDVoE products to AVPro Edge’s stable, it allows us to provide solutions to an even wider audience.”
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