Exterity has announced that it will demonstrate its complete IP video product portfolio at CABSAT this year.
The Exterity enterprise IP video portfolio enables systems integrators and consultants to easily specify and install a full end-to-end IP video system to distribute content over the corporate LAN and beyond, via WAN, Wi-Fi, the Internet or a Content Delivery Network, extending media distribution to any device connected over any network.
Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity, commented: “The Middle East will be home to some of the world’s largest events over the next few years, from Dubai 2020 to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022, transforming the region into one of the fastest growing AV markets. Organisations in the Middle East want the highest quality audiovisual technology for their tech-savvy customers. At CABSAT, we will show how our flexible, robust and future-proofed enterprise IP video solutions can help them provide high quality content to the right audience, on the right screen, regardless of the network.”
The complete product range enables organizations in multiple sectors, including education, hospitality and oil & gas, to make high quality video content consistently available across their premises and beyond, giving staff, visitors and guests the flexibility of how and where they view the content. At CABSAT, Exterity will also demonstrate its extended support for 4K and introduce innovative features in its integrated digital signage solution.
“Exterity already works with some of the biggest brands in the region, ranging from world-renowned broadcasters, hoteliers and airports, and our discussions with integrators and end users are showing tremendous understanding of the potential of IP video,” said Eleuterio Fernandes, Middle East and Africa Sales Director at Exterity. “At CABSAT, we will demonstrate that we are committed to helping integrators and end users in emerging ME markets to transform them into IP-ready countries like the UAE, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.”
Exterity’s customers in the Middle East include, BeIN Sport, Oman TV, Best Western, New York University in Abu Dhabi, the Hazza bin Zayed Stadium, Golden Tulip, Nurai Island Resort, Etisalat, King Abdullah Sports City, several of the largest airports in the region including Dubai, Salalah and Doha, as well as multiple oil & gas deployments both on- and off-shore, such as ADNOC, BP, Saudi Aramco and Shell.