Extron DTP CrossPoint 84 and SMP 351 Win InAVation Awards at ISE
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Anaheim, California (February 20, 2015) - Extron Electronics is proud to announce that the Extron DTP CrossPoint 84 Scaling Presentation Matrix Switcher and the Extron SMP 351 Streaming Media Processor were honored with awards at Integrated Systems Europe 2015 in Amsterdam. EMEA InAVation awards for technology celebrate talent, engineering skill, and creativity by recognizing the Pro AV Industry's best products, software, and tools from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and other world markets.
"We are extremely pleased that the DTP CrossPoint 84 and the SMP 351 have both been recognized as two of the best Pro AV products of 2015," says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "These two products are an example of Extron's commitment to engineering excellence and demonstrate our focus of bringing products to market that offer the highest levels of value, dependability, and performance."
The industry-leading Extron DTP CrossPoint 84 is your new go-to product for presentation systems. This highly versatile, compact presentation matrix switcher delivers all of the technologically advanced capabilities you need to design and integrate a complete AV system in one box, including a 4K matrix switcher, two built-in independent scalers, integrated DTP and XTP signal extension, and comprehensive audio DSP capabilities unmatched in the industry. The DTP CrossPoint 84 is also available with a high performance mono or stereo audio power amplifier, and an advanced control processor that is uniquely expandable. The DTP CrossPoint 84 is the new industry standard for fully integrated AV systems, greatly simplifying system design and installation, and dramatically reducing your client's total cost of ownership.
The SMP 351 is a high performance streaming and recording processor for capturing and distributing AV sources and presentations as live streaming or recorded media. It incorporates Extron’s FlexOS, a flexible platform for automating system operation. Accepting HDMI, component, composite, and optional 3G SDI signals, it applies two-window processing to the selected sources. The SMP 351 can record and stream simultaneously and can stream at two different resolutions and bit rates concurrently using a range of transport protocols and session management options. Comprehensive control and configuration features make the SMP 351 integration-friendly, easy to control, and operate. Requiring no licensing fees, the SMP 351 has a low cost of ownership, making it a cost-effective solution for delivering presentations to a larger audience.