Extron XTP Systems Win Award at ISE
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Anaheim, California (February 29, 2012) - Extron Electronics is proud to announce that its XTP Systems received an EMEA Technology InAVation Award for the Most InAVative Commercial Video Processing or Distribution Product Award. Presented at Integrated Systems Europe 2012 in Amsterdam, the InAVation Awards celebrate all that is best in the Pro AV industry throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and globally.
"We invested an enormous amount of time and effort into designing, testing, and evaluating technologies and components to create an integrated system that ensures reliable, solid performance and ease of installation," says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "Having the readers choose the XTP Systems for an InAVation Award confirms that AV professionals recognize the importance of taking the time to do it right."
Extron XTP Systems are flexible, dependable signal switching and distribution system that provides a completely integrated solution for multiple digital and analog formats. It supports local connectivity as well as extended transmission capability for sending high resolution video, audio, RS-232, Ethernet, and power up to 330 feet (100 m) over a single CATx cable. XTP CrossPoint matrix switchers are modular and expandable from 4x4 up to 16x16 or 32x32, and can be populated with input and output boards for long distance transmission when paired with XTP transmitters and receivers. I/O boards are also available for direct HDMI, DVI, VGA, video, and audio connections to support local sources and displays.
Featuring advanced 24/7 system monitoring, hot-swappable modular components, and proven technologies such as SpeedSwitch® Technology, EDID Minder®, and Key Minder®, XTP CrossPoint is built for continuous, trouble-free operation in the most critical applications. Select configurations are currently shipping, with additional configurations available soon.