July 6, 2022 - Another InfoComm has come and gone and we would like to thank everyone who visited us at the show. We can probably speak for everyone when we say we had a blast!
2022 was AVPro's most successful InfoComm to date, and we have you to thank. We know the show was jam-packed, so we put a review of our booth below.
MXNET 1G AV OVER IP ECOSYSTEM
AVPro Edge's 1G MXNet AV over IP Ecosystem is one of our most popular product lines. It supports 3rd party control systems like Crestron, is fast switching, supports unlimited video walls, and so much more. In addition, all system components, including our network switches, are designed, engineered, and manufactured by us, which allows for unique features not found with other AV over IP systems.
MXNET 10G AV OVER IP ECOYSTEM
The next generation of MXNet is just around the corner. MXNet 10G, AVPro Edge’s premium AV over IP system, provides crystal clear uncompressed 4K video with versatile AV distribution application support. Applications and features include point-to-point signal extension, seamless HDMI matrixing, 4K multi-view, multi-window video walls, KVM, and 1Gb Ethernet. The MXNet 10G Ecosystem is currently in production and will be shipping August 2022 with network switches launching even sooner.
USB 2.0 & 3.0 EXTENSION
Extend USB 2.0 & 3.0 with AVPro Edge extenders and Bullet Train USB extension cables and Hub. The AC-EXUSB-2-KIT extends USB 2.0 100M via HDBaseT and supports Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and USB cameras. KVM is a piece of cake with the AC-CXWP-KVM-KIT sends bi-directional HDMI and USB signals in convenient wall plate design. Finally, you can trust Bullet Train for a variety of USB extension cable and hub lengths.
AXION CHASSIS BASED CUSTOM VIDEO DISTRIBUTION
AVPro Edge's AXION X gives the integrator the power of customization with card options for up to 16 inputs and 16 outputs. This 16x16 matrix becomes the backbone of your entire installation delivering 4K signals from the source to display. The integrator's choices make AXION stand out; selecting between HDMI, HDMI with scaling, or HDBaseT for long video runs lets the integrator decide what type of infrastructure will work best for them.