Crestron’s big ISE announcement was the introduction of the DM NVX Series, the next generation of DigitalMedia that makes it possible to transmit 4K60 4:4:4 HDR video over standard 1Gb Ethernet with no latency — an industry first. DM NVX Series provides an infinitely scalable network AV solution, from a simple point-to-point setup, to thousands of endpoints, and requires only DM NVX Encoders/Decoders. Built-in intelligent software makes everything easy to configure, commission and control from the web. Additionally, DM NVX systems offer the flexibility to be combined with existing Crestron HDBaseT connectivity and network AV products to deliver content to displays, laptops, tablets, and phones anywhere.
“DM NVX Series takes network AV to the next level, on the platform industry pros know and trust,” said Steve Samson, Executive Director, Business Development at Crestron. “Unlike other network AV products, there’s no need for expensive custom 10 Gigabit infrastructure.”
Crestron also introduced its most flexible and powerful tabletop meeting room system with Crestron Mercury. The all-in-one console transforms meeting rooms into highly effective collaboration spaces. It combines all the must-have conferencing and collaboration features employees need, along with the fast secure cloud deployment and management required by IT managers.
“As the leader in meeting room control and automation technology, only Crestron addresses all of the challenges that arise as unified communication and collaboration moves from the desktop to the collaboration space,” said Ted Colton, VP of UC Strategy at Crestron. “Crestron Mercury provides all of the features collaboration spaces need in a single console, while making it easy, secure, and cost effective for businesses to deploy and manage units wherever needed. On top of that, the sound quality of Mercury is truly exceptional and it’s the easiest all-in-one system to use by far.”