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SDVoE Alliance Launches AV Network Design Assistance Program

Technical help offered free to pro AV system designers, integrators and end users choosing Ethernet-based system deployments over traditional matrix switching.
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The SDVoE Alliance has announced its new AV Network Design Assistance Program to help system designers, integrators and end users implement best practices to get the most from AV network deployments in education, healthcare, enterprise, entertainment, hospitality, retail, house of worship, government, military, industry and security applications.

Networking professionals, based in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, will assist with the design of SDVoE systems to help customers realize the cost savings and increased system flexibility and scalability SDVoE can offer.

“As the members of the SDVoE Alliance usher in the era of ‘The Matrix Transformed’ by offering zero-latency, uncompromised video performance over Ethernet, there can be the need for expert guidance in the intricacies of network design,” says Charles Dobson, director of development for the SDVoE Alliance. “We’re please to be able to offer assistance, whether that means initial consultation at the start of a project, final design review before deployment, or anything in between. Help is just an email away.”

Go here to get in touch with an SDVoE networking consultant.

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