Atlona travels to Barcelona next month with new innovations in three core product areas for ISE 2022. Exhibiting at Stand 5P300, Atlona will demonstrate its AV leadership for systems integrators, IT managers, and end users in areas of collaboration, connectivity and control. The company will roll out its next-generation OmniStream AV over IP codec along with new internet-enabled Velocity control services, and introduce a new product family to enhance communication and productivity for UC applications.

Improving collaborative systems while enhancing existing system value will be common themes on the Atlona stand as innovations that prioritize effortless content sharing, endpoint quality, and system management will be demonstrated in live working stations. Atlona will also emphasize networked AV developments that improve visual quality, encoding efficiency and multiview window processing for enterprise, schools, and esports facilities.

“The world has changed dramatically in the last 24 months, creating new needs for AV systems that close the hybrid chasm dividing remote meeting participants and those inside meeting spaces and classrooms,” says Garth Lobban, Director of Marketing, Atlona. “In addition, AV system operators and IT teams need to get the most out of existing equipment investments as supply chain issues make physical upgrades more difficult. Our goal has been to endow Atlona-based systems already in use with new capabilities to maintain their value. We’re also bringing products to market that expand the Atlona ecosystem to simplify overall system design.”

ISE 2022 marks the global debut of OmniStream 2.0, a powerful new OmniStream firmware upgrade that raises the bar for visual quality and low latency in networked AV deployments. OmniStream 2.0 adds the new VCx™ codec to most OmniStream encoders and decoders, enabling delivery of 4K/60 4:4:4 streams with artifact-free presentation of computer-generated content and fast-motion video. OmniStream 2.0 also adds multiview window processing to AT-OMNI-121 decoders, enabling the simultaneous display of multiple sources from OmniStream Pro encoders on one screen while eliminating the need for a dedicated processor.

Atlona’s Velocity Remote Gateway Services, new for ISE 2022, will help users securely configure and manage gateways over the Internet, while automatically backing up gateway databases to the cloud. This latest network-enabled Velocity innovation empowers users to provide enhanced support and customer service by allowing system and device configuration, troubleshooting, mass credential and firmware updates, and more from any device with an internet connection.

ISE 2022 marks the public debut of new connectivity and collaboration solutions that improve productivity inside meeting and learning spaces. New products for the BYOD/BYOM movement include Atlona’s AT-WAVE-101 wireless presentation and collaboration platform. which lets up to four presenters display content simultaneously in dynamically adapting layouts and supports all popular wireless casting protocols. The latter is indicative of Atlona’s focus on effortless collaboration and content casting. Another new solution for ISE to expand and simplify AV system design is the newly announced and shipping OCS-900N network-enabled occupancy sensor for triggering Atlona AV solutions and third-party devices over IP networks.

Perhaps most captivating is the launch of a new product family that strengthens Atlona’s position within huddle rooms, meeting rooms, and home office environments. This new series will launch at ISE with a 4K ePTZ auto-framing camera and a USB/Bluetooth speakerphone that work in unison to optimize soft codec videoconferencing experiences, and are ideal complements to Atlona’s Omega series of switching, extension and video processing solutions. More details on these two products will be announced in February.

ISE 2022 takes place from February 1-4 at the Fira de Barcelona, Gran Via complex in Spain. Use code BLIRNFO9 to register for a free exhibits pass.

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