Josh Litwack of SnapAV joins us for another edition of CI 3 Questions to talk binary MoIP, their answer to AVoIP, as well as some typical challenges to this expanding category of AV distribution.
CI: For first-timers to AVoIP, what do you think are the biggest challenges?
Josh Litwack: If you talk to engineers, the list of potential challenges is technically endless. Bandwidth, compression formats, etc…. but if you speak with the actual integrators, we’re hearing two big considerations: how complex is it to configure on the network/the impact to network performance. The other thing: how easy is it to buy, manage, and control for the client?
CI: How does the binary MoIP system solve those challenges?
JL: The choice we made with this system revolve around simplicity of deployment, ease of setup, and minimal impact to the network.
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You can use this system with our free OvrC platform. You can deploy these on discreet networks or the client network without worry of any impact.
CI: What advantages does the SnapAV dealer portal bring to solve those challenges?
JL: It gives ever SnapAV partner real-time stock status, real-time pricing, very detailed levels of product knowledge, lots of support documentations, etc.
Our entire goal is to save our partners time and money, and a big part of that is making the procurement, design, and engineering process as efficient as possible.
To learn more, visit SnapAV’s website and watch the video above.