The SDVoE Alliance has announced that JAM-Labs, a leading developer of high-performance audio/video products for the healthcare market, has joined the alliance as an adopting member. JAM-Labs’ new ORION – Operating Room Integration Over Network – system embraces the same exacting video standards as SDVoE.
Ultra-high quality video with zero latency is essential in operating theatres, not only for procedures but also for live case training and collaboration with clinical staff. There is a need for widely distributed video within theatre and entire hospitals. SDVoE makes that possible while removing the clutter generated by having multiple boxes typical of other solutions.
“Our experience over the last two decades with operating room integration requiring low-latency, uncompressed and seamless solutions led us to SDVoE as the most impactful and practical choice for IP-based audio/video transmission,” explained Aftab Zia, senior technical program manager at JAM-Labs.
“Our joining the SDVoE Alliance is a step toward creating a common digital interface platform based on the SDVoE layer across the various digital healthcare providers. It will be our mission to partner with integrators on adoption of the common interoperable platform. JAM-Labs strongly believes the SDVoE platform will benefit hospitals, caregivers and patients to lower costs associated with all audio, video and data exchanges within the healthcare industry. We look forward to working with other SDVoE Alliance members in advancing the technology for uncompromised video distribution systems.”
Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance, added: “We welcome JAM-Labs to the SDVoE Alliance and congratulate them on delivering successful projects for leading medical companies and hospitals across the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Their focus on interoperable, scalable healthcare solutions and their expertise in UI and user experience design will undoubtedly provide new opportunities for integrators and installers to win business.”