Platform PR Client Exterity

Exterity showcases end-to-end IP video to any device at content and communications world

Edinburgh, 13 October 2015 – Exterity, the leading provider of enterprise IP video technologies for the secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP, today announced that it will demonstrate its IP video distribution systems, including its new “Beyond the LAN” product range and its latest IP to SDI AvediaStream Receiver, at Content and Communications World (CCW) on November 11-12 in New York City (stand #958).

“We are strong believers that the AV, IT and broadcast sectors have to work together to enable organizations to more easily utilize video in innovative ways,” said Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity. “This is why we have developed our ‘Beyond the LAN’ product range, which enables our customers to deliver high quality video content optimized for a variety of devices over WAN, Wi-Fi, the Internet or via a Content Delivery Network. An Exterity highlight at CCW, our end-to-end ‘Beyond the LAN’ proposition will enable organizations to see how their IP video distribution system can easily integrate with the existing IT network to extend the reach of their communications to any device connected over any network.”

The full “Beyond the LAN” solution enables organizations to make high quality video content consistently available across their HQ, regional offices and beyond, giving staff, visitors and guests the ability to view the content they want, when they want it, on the device of their choice.

At CCW, Exterity will also demo its new IP to SDI AvediaStream Receiver r9350, which has been designed to enable broadcasters, content providers and media agencies to easily convert IP video content into SDI. The new AvediaStream Receiver r9350 can easily be added to any broadcaster’s existing SDI monitoring equipment, facilitating the conversion of IPTV channels to SDI without requiring additional monitoring systems. In outside broadcast situations, the AvediaStream Receiver also supports the transmission of content, which has been encoded and carried over an IP network, back to studios.

“Our US customers are increasingly on the lookout for robust and flexible solutions that work in any environment, whether in broadcast, corporate, transport, oil & gas or the venue market,” said JD Jones, VP Americas at Exterity. “Building on our expertise in broadcast tech, AV and IT, the Exterity product portfolio can cover a large number of use cases, from multiscreen media distribution for remote workers to footage shot in the field and sent back to the studio for live news. We are looking forward to helping existing customers and companies that visit our CCW stand to discover how they can expand the possibilities of their IP video distribution system, making video even more immersive in any market.”

Exterity customers include Missouri-based production house First Rule, ABC, BBC, Endemol, The Festival de Cannes, ITV, Phoenix TV Beijing, RTL, Thomson Reuters and more.