Atlona is now shipping OmniStream, the manufacturer’s first line of AV over IP products. OmniStream is also now available for orders through authorised OmniStream partners.

The OmniStream family consists of five distinct products designed to integrate and distribute 4K/UHD video, audio and RS-232 control over Gigabit Ethernet networks, employing off-the-shelf network switches.

The OmniStream line offers high density, dual-channel encoding and decoding, redundant AV networks and streams, encrypted content distribution, network error resilience, broadcast-quality 4K video compression with low latency and the ability to convey 4K video and Dante audio simultaneously over the same network.

“We created OmniStream as an entirely new platform for dependable, high performance 4K video distribution over enterprise-wide network installations,” said David Shamir, Atlona’s director of product management. “It redefines AV distribution over IP networks and addresses the many challenges of integrating and managing AV signal routing over Ethernet. It delivers the performance and reliability of traditional AV technologies and satisfies the technical demands of AV pros as well as IT managers.”

According to David, OmniStream’s network-based approach enables virtually unlimited scalability and low-cost integration, benefits not available with conventional matrix switching technology. The new line is well suited to interconnecting AV between multiple rooms and floors, over an entire building, and across a corporate or university campus.

Find full OmniStream details here.

“We looked to do more than just keep pace with the market,” says David. “We aimed to raise the bar on what customers can expect in AV networking capacity, performance and economy, and we’ve succeeded in every respect. It’s no exaggeration to say OmniStream breaks new ground for the AV industry as well as Atlona.”

Pricing for all OmniStream products is available through regional Atlona representatives.

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