Must See at InfoComm 2014: Atlona’s HDBaseT Switcher With 4K
Learn about Atlona’s HDBaseT switcher with 4K at InfoComm 2014.
Ilya Khayn took some time to talk to CI about Atlona and what the company has planned for integrators visiting its booth at InfoComm 2014, June 18-20 in Las Vegas.
Atlona’s solutions have been the cornerstone of business operations for over a decade. Serving classrooms, large corporations, small businesses, hospitality venues and residences, the company has a wide range of knowledge of AV distribution and quality solutions.
With a robust solution portfolio and smart control options, Atlona aims to integrate with virtually every control system in the marketplace today.
If we learn about only one product innovation in your InfoComm 2014 booth, what should it be?
The AT-UHD-CLSO-612, our first HDBaseT switcher/scaler with 4K up/down conversion.
What if we have time to see one more thing?
The HDVS series of products (AT-HDVS-TX, AT-HDVS-TX-WP, AT-HDVS-RX).
What’s one last impression you’d like us to take away from your InfoComm 2014 booth?
Atlona has made huge strides in solutions for classrooms, huddle rooms, and other environments for learning and collaboration.
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