It was impossible to walk to away from InfoComm 2017 without realizing that AV-over-IP is gaining tremendous steam. So many manufacturers launched AV over IP solutions that it seemed to reflect a dramatic shift in the industry.
There was a time not too long ago when both IT directors and system designers steered clear of AV-over-IP citing justifiable reasons. Things have changed with system designers embracing AV-over-IP and their customers being open to sending audio and video over their networks – as long as it’s done right.
That’s the key. It has to be done right.
End user customers, including IT directors, are willing to distribution audio and video content over their networks — if it’s done right.
Meanwhile, as evident on InfoComm 2017 show floor, manufacturers are embracing AV over IP and focusing on providing customers with solutions that allow them to do it right.
With the pivot from reluctance to an industry ready to race forward with AV over IP solutions for customers, it’s important to get off on the right foot.
This free webcast provides tips for integrators on important AV-over-IP steps such as how:
To evaluate your customers’ network in preparation for AV-over-IP
To do a needs analysis to deliver the right AV-over-IP solution
AV-over-IP deployment can create efficiencies that can benefit integration firms in new ways.
When: August 23 @ 2:00PM
Moderated By: Tom LeBlanc, Editor-in-Chief, Commercial Integrator
Guest Speaker: TBD
There is a reason why AV-over-IP is gaining steam. The network-based content distribution approach puts integration firms in a position to solve their customers’ evolving needs. It’s more scalable. It’s more repeatable. It requires less labor. It allows integration firms’ talented employees to focus their expertise in other areas and create even more value for customers.
This free webinar will highlight best practices that will allow firms to take advantage of these opportunities.
Meanwhile, an expert panel will educate the audience on the most important AV-over-IP solutions that were on display at InfoComm 2017.