AptoVision has announced that the company has reached a milestone in market adoption with more than 25 manufacturers now incorporating its award-winning BlueRiver™ NT and BlueRiver NT+ AV-over-IP chipsets into more than 35 advanced AV signal distribution products. The latest companies to feature AptoVision-based designs are HDCVT Technology Co., Ltd. and Tonlyware Technology Co., Ltd. from China; MEIKO from Japan; Ophit Co., Ltd. from Korea; and Arista Corporation and ZIGEN from the US.
“A growing list of customers around the world are capitalizing on the paradigm shift enabled by our BlueRiver technology, the most widely adopted chipset for uncompressed 4K AV over IP,” said Justin Kennington, strategic and technical marketing director at AptoVision.
“These manufacturers are leveraging the IT industry’s multi-billion-dollar investment in Ethernet hardware while applying unique capabilities to endpoints and bringing a whole new level of creativity and innovation focused on advanced AV management software. End users benefit from increased flexibility, with applications more tailored to their particular needs and the opportunity to reduce both CAPEX and OPEX.”
“Our manufacturing customers are winning installations across all market verticals with their products — education, corporate, medical and military — as they pursue opportunities based on their unique implementations,” said Charles Dobson, VP sales at AptoVision.
“These are exciting times in the pro AV industry and our customers are at the forefront of the transition to deliver uncompressed 4K video over standard Ethernet with zero-latency.”