Exterity has announced the launch of its new AvediaPlayer Receiver r9300 IPTV set-top box will take place at InfoComm this month. The r9300 is the latest addition to the company’s line of compact HD receivers that connect any screen to an IP network to facilitate the receipt of live and recorded video streams.
The Receiver delivers advanced network-video decoding capabilities up to 1080p60 and offers HDMI and analogue video outputs to match any screen or resolution. Compared to previous models, it aims to deliver a 20% reduction in power consumption.
The new AvediaPlayer Receivers work with Exterity's Artio middleware to provide users with the ability to create and manage customised television, VoD, and interactive experiences. The Receivers also feature PoE, which simplifies installation and enables users to save time and money by reducing cabling and power points.
“With the AvediaPlayer Receiver r9300, Exterity is introducing the next generation of HD set-top boxes at InfoComm 2015,” said Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity. “The AvediaPlayer Receiver r9300 builds upon the capabilities of its predecessors by enabling the delivery of higher-resolution imagery, utilising less power, and offering a budget-friendly solution for settings requiring the distribution of video over multiple types of screens. It demonstrates our continued commitment to developing video-over-IP products that meet the real-world needs of our customers.”
InfoComm booth: 4459