AV-over-IP Solutions Bring a New Era of Performance and Flexibility

On this episode of Cutting Through – An Aurora Multimedia Podcast, host Shelby Skrhak talked with Paul Harris, CEO of Aurora Multimedia, John Henkel, Product Marketing Manager, NETGEAR, Laurent Masia, Director of Product Line Management, NETGEAR.

The group talked about the advantages of AV over IP.

Aurora has a history of innovation. From the introduction of the industry’s first non-proprietary, web standards-based IP control systems and touch panels to today’s advanced HDBaseT and 1G & 10G IP video distribution solutions, Aurora has become a dominant force in the AV industry.

A few years ago, signal transmission technology came to fruition, and Aurora became a part of the first innovation with NETGEAR. About six years ago, Aurora had a device that received the power, and they were one of the only ones on the market.

“Just as much as we needed a switch to test with, they needed a device to prove their circuitry worked,” Harris said of the partnership with NETGEAR. “So, that was the beginning of a really nice relationship that was actually over 10G with PoE.”

NETGEAR’s commitment to AV over IP includes a range of products and dedicated support services. Their M4250, M4300 and M4500 series of high-performance, flexible switches are engineered for AV over IP.

Listen to learn more about the partnership between Aurora and NETGEAR, as well as the advantages of AV over IP.

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