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Atlona Shipping Integrated 4K Collaboration System

Atlona’s innovative HDBaseT-, Skype for Business-, WebEx- and GoToMeeting-friendly solution is designed for use with cloud-based collaboration system links hub with multiple sources to display and camera along one cable.

CI Staff

Atlona is now shipping its AT-UHD-HDVS-300-KIT, the industry’s first HDBaseT-equipped collaboration system that provides 4K AV switching, USB and HDMI extension and system control for PC-based conferencing using Skype for Business, WebEx and GoToMeeting cloud services.

The HDBaseT solution took home a 2016 CI BEST Award for Video Conferencing/Telepresence solutions.

The new two-piece system is “the industry’s first to enable a single category cable connection between a conferencing hub and a 4K display together with a USB-equipped video conferencing camera, greatly simplifying system design, installation, and daily use,” according to the company’s announcement.

“One key innovation is using HDBaseT to carry video from a display-mounted camera back to a hub that supports PC-based conferencing codecs. As a result, we can use just one category cable between the hub and the display and camera.  Integrators are looking for this degree of simplicity in systems that support Skype and other PC-based cloud conferencing services.”

Here’s more about the Atlona AT-UHD-HDVS-300-KIT:

The AT-UHD-HDVS-300-KIT consists of the AT-UHD-HDVS-300-TX, which serves as the conferencing hub, video switch, and HDBaseT transmitter, and the AT-UHD-HDVS-300-RX, which receives the HDBaseT signal and delivers an HDMI signal to the display.  The kit extends AV, Ethernet, control, and USB, and includes a USB hub at both the transmitter and receiver. For the AT-UHD-HDVS-300-RX, USB connectivity is ideal for carrying camera video back to the hub. Additionally, a local HDMI input is available on the receiver.

“Our hub provides inputs for HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, and USB microphone, as well as for USB peripherals.  Our receiver, co-located with the display, provides inputs to support a USB camera, such as one of the latest generation PTZ models for video conferencing.  This new kit is going to have a lot integrators taking a long, hard look at Atlona for their huddle space solutions,” added Castro.

The AT-UHD-HDVS-300-KIT is compatible with sources and displays up to 4K/UHD @ 60 Hz with 4:2:0 chroma subsampling.  Automatic input selection allows for hands-free transitions between presenters, and integrated display control enables automatic display on/off control as well as volume adjustment from the AT-UHD-HDVS-300-TX.  The kit supports TCP/IP and RS-232 control for compatibility with advanced control systems, and it supports the Atlona Management System (AMS), which enables remote access for product configuration, troubleshooting, and system updates.

The AT-UHD-HDVS-300-KIT is available now with a suggested end-user price of $1899.99.

Click here for more information about the Atlona AT-UHD-HDVS-300-KIT.