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What You Need to See at the MuxLab InfoComm 2018 Booth: HDMI over IP, Flexible Media Player

MuxLab stresses HDMI over IP solutions at their InfoComm 2018 booth, highlighting their PoE Extender with Multiview and virtual matrix capabilities

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The MuxLab InfoComm 2018 booth (#N538) will focus on HDMI over IP solutions. Here’s a quick Q&A with sales director Pascal Gaudreault on their InfoComm recommendations.

Commercial Integrator: If we learn about only one product innovation in your InfoComm 2018 booth, what should it be?

Pascal Gaudreault: Our 500762 (HDMI over IP H.264/H.265 PoE Extender). It’s not just your ordinary ‘Over IP’ extender. It allows you to make a virtual matrix, video wall, and has Multiview capabilities. Also, it’s a complete streaming box that will take your source and send it over the internet!

CI: Ok….What if we have time to see one more thing?

PG: The 500769 (HDMI 2.0 Digital Signage/Media Player). It’s our first signage player with built in memory and a fully user-friendly CMS software. It’s designed to work in any application from a small to large project and is intuitive and so easy to use.

CI: What’s one last impression you’d like us to take away from your InfoComm 2018 booth?

PG: MuxLab is an engineering based company that has been around for 34 years and we are still pushing the envelope on innovation. Learn more here.

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The MuxLab InfoComm 2017 booth demonstrated two AV over IP solutions which covered a scalable method of streaming HDMI video over an Ethernet to enable 24/7 connectivity. More from that press release:

The HDMI over IP H.264/H.265 PoE (500762) sends HDMI up to 100 meters supporting resolutions up to 4K@60Hz using Cat5e/6 cable in a point-to-point configuration. When connected to a local Ethernet network, point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint configurations are established in a low bandwidth, expandable and cost effective manner, untethering the system from dedicated cabling.

This transmitter/receiver system has exceptionally low bandwidth requirements, allowing AV streaming around the globe via Ethernet, WiFi or Internet connectivity. The transmitter accepts a 1080p@60Hz input and streams content to the receiver, where the signal is scaled up to 4K@60Hz.

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