Stream video content to more devices, across more networks with the complete ‘Beyond the LAN’ solution from Exterity
Edinburgh, 12th May 2015 – Exterity (InfoComm booth 4459), the leading provider of enterprise IPTV technologies for the secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP, today announced that it will showcase its complete ‘Beyond the LAN’ enterprise IP video solution at Infocomm 2015 (Orlando, Florida, 13-19 June 2015). The ‘Beyond the LAN’ range of products facilitates the distribution of high quality video content to a wide range of screens across multiple networks, including the corporate wired LAN, WiFi, WAN and the Internet.
“The AV market is experiencing rising demand from US organizations who want to deliver a diverse range of video content seamlessly to any screen that their employees or customers have in front of them. Exterity’s ‘Beyond the LAN’ solutions satisfy this demand, transforming and streaming content from a wide range of inputs directly to an extensive range of display devices,” said Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity. “We have developed our enterprise IP video solutions to ensure that organizations in any market can leverage video to increase collaboration among staff, facilitate decision making and offer engaging content to visitors and guests.”
The‘Beyond the LAN’ range of products now enables organisations to stream content to more devices, across more networks; from corporations looking to make video content consistently available across their HQ and regional offices, to SMBs giving staff access to multiple news channels to inform decision making, and airports, stadia and hotels allowing visitors and guests to receive high quality entertainment on their mobile devices.
“The market for BYOD strategies in North America is expected to almost triple from $29.5 billion in 2014 to $89.6 billion by 2019*, thanks in major part to the benefits it offers enterprise organisations,” commented JD Jones, VP Americas at Exterity. “Our ‘Beyond the LAN’ range allows the Exterity enterprise IP video system to deliver any video content to all of the commonly used personal mobile devices, making it a prerequisite for businesses looking to leverage all of the screens available across their organisation and increase collaboration and productivity.”
The Infocomm demonstrations follow the launch of the AvediaStream o7500 Origin Server at NAB 2015, the AvediaStream t5600 transcoder at ISE 2015 and the latest version of the Exterity middleware platform Artio, showcased at CABSAT 2015.
Infocomm takes place on 13th – 19th June, 2015 in Orlando, Florida.
* Source: MicroMarket Monitor’s North America Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Market Research Report (May 2015).