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Kramer partners with NETGEAR for SDVoE solutions

Kramer partners with NETGEAR for SDVoE solutions

Kramer partners with NETGEAR for SDVoE solutions

As part of its long-term commitment to deliver audio and video over the IP network, Kramer has formed a global partnership with networking hardware specialist NETGEAR to deliver complete end-to-end solutions for AV-over-IP infrastructures and accelerate Ethernet-based AV distribution in professional environments. The deal means that Kramer’s offering now includes NETGEAR’s full range of data networking switches worldwide.

Both Kramer and NETGEAR are founding members of the SDVoE Alliance, a consortium of technology providers which aims to standardise the adoption of Ethernet to transport AV signals, allowing software to define AV applications. Aviv Ron, vice president of business development and strategy at Kramer, explained: “Our partnership with NETGEAR allows us to offer a complete AV-over-IP system in the most demanding environments and to be even more agile when bringing such solutions to market globally.

“NETGEAR’s professionalism and dedication to AV-over-IP is unparalleled and we are thrilled to partner with them in this evolution. Our customers and systems integrators receive detailed system designs, on demand, within hours and, together with NETGEAR, we support our customers throughout all stages of the solution development process. This enables us to offer cost-effective, high-performance AV networks, suitable for any need.”

“The partnership with Kramer goes beyond just the hardware,” said Laurent Masia, director of product management for managed switches at NETGEAR. “Both companies are committed to providing a range of solutions that make incorporating AV-over-IP easier than ever in the pro AV industry. NETGEAR welcomes the chance to work together and continue to listen to the pro AV community to engineer products that delight our customers.”



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