WyreStorm will use InfoComm 2017 to demonstrate the ‘Right Technology for the Application, with its 4K UHD AV signal distribution solutions over modular multi-format HDBaseT and AV over IP technologies over 1Gb and 10Gb.
“New standards and the advancement of transmission technologies continue add opportunities and complexities regarding specification and transmission of both 2K and 4K UHD over HDMI, HDBaseT and AV over IP,” said Derek Hulbert, WyreStorm CEO.
“At InfoComm 2017, we aim to cut through the clutter with clear, informative demonstrations of the various technologies currently available for commercial applications, including the various refresh rates, chroma subsampling and color depth decisions required to get the content where it needs to go within the bandwidth available.”
InfoComm 2017 will see WyreStorm expand on its NetworkHD line of AV over IP solutions with additions to its H.264 platform low bandwidth 200 Series with the NHD-210-RX decoder, offering video wall processing up to 16×16 and multiview, the NHD-230-TX windowing processor and NHD-300-TX WAN streaming encoder.
All products within the NetworkHD ecosystem are compatible with the revolutionary free NetworkHD Touch iPad app for live previews, drag and drop selection and access to entire NetworkHD systems. All of which are seeing NetworkHD rapidly becoming the go-to AV over IP solution for integrators of hospitality, corporate and education and more.
To emphasise the point, WyreStorm’s InfoComm 2017 booth will feature a ‘transmission shoot-out,’ offering side-by-side comparison of WyreStorm 4K UHD signal distribution technologies, including its Pure HDMI and HDBaseT H2X lines and its new NetworkHD 4K over IP technologies, including low-latency JPEG2000 platform NetworkHD 400 Series as well the 600 Series 10Gb over IP based on the AptoVision BlueRiver platform for virtually uncompressed 4K transmissions over IP.
By combining with the RX-70-4K-SCL scaling receiver also showcased at InfoComm 2017, commercial projects are able to resolve the issue of mixing 4K and 2K sources and displays in an installation by downscaling 4K UHD content to 1080/720p or upscaling any incoming content to 4K/60 444 8-bit.
The WyreStorm booth will also be demonstrating multi-view presentation switching with in-desk HDMI and VGA connectivity with the WyreStorm SW-0402-MV; USB over HDBaseT in the form of its EX-100-4K-PRO extender and SP-0108-HDBT splitter; as well as presentation switching over HDBaseT and IP with wireless and wired screen mirroring via the WyreStorm SW-0501 with ScreenLink collaboration software.
WyreStorm InfoComm 2017 booth is number 3275.