VITEC returns to InfoComm SEA with expanded range of IPTV, video streaming & digital signage tech
VITEC will showcase its market-leading IPTV, Video Streaming and Digital Signage Solutions at InfoComm Southeast Asia (SEA) 2022, Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre, November 2-4, booth A21. The latest additions to the VITEC product range will be on show for the first time in the region, including enhancements to its flagship IPTV & digital signage platforms. Following VITEC’s acquisition of Exterity in 2021, the company is now even better placed to offer unique solutions to a broad range of vertical markets, including sporting and leisure venues, defence, hospitality, healthcare, broadcast and more.
“For VITEC, like so many other businesses, InfoComm SEA is a great opportunity to reconnect with valued partners, colleagues and friends from across Southeast Asia,” says Jamie Hind, Regional Director, VITEC. “It’s a great chance to find out how different businesses are changing or adapting as a result of the challenges of the last couple of years, and how we can use our IP-based video technology solutions to help. VITEC has an amazing range of IPTV, streaming video and digital signage solutions to fit the different end user requirements – large or small, complex or simple – across multiple vertical markets. Our focus will be listening to our customers’ requirements and helping design a solution to best fit.”
InfoComm SEA visitors will be able to see VITEC’s enhanced ArtioView in action – a fully customisable, interactive IPTV portal for a range of viewing environments, from hotels and cruise ships to student or workplace accommodation, stadium VIP suites, offices, hospitals or military camps. Also on show, and designed specifically for use with the ArtioView IPTV portal, is the new m9500 Media Player, a 4K/UHD IPTV end-point which delivers interactive viewing portals and advanced network video decoding. InfoComm SEA will also provide APAC audiences an opportunity to learn more about VITEC’s head-end products, including its powerful Ace and Diamond family of Encoders, available in a variety of formats including portable and rugged appliances, as well as openGear blades.
Commenting on the integration of VITEC and Exterity, Jamie adds: “Delivering seamless, secure communication, and access to content (live and stored), no matter what device is being used, or where a user may be, is a challenge that businesses face increasingly often. At VITEC we have seen an uptick in these requirements, and with a single platform to manage this challenge it’s an area where we continue to meet and exceed customer expectations. Features such as Ultra Low Latency (16ms glass to glass), Low Bitrate/High-quality streaming, delivery in challenging environments or with mixed connectivity, additional layers of security and delivery of real-time multicast over Wi-Fi mean we offer unique, best of class solutions from a single platform.”