OK, it’s not a great picture. The Infocomm Innovation Award statuette looks very nice in person. The important thing to Andy Fliss is that Aurora got one, for the first time, for the V-Tune Pro HD, a kind of universal tuner that supports NSTC, ATSC/QAM, and is also LAN addressable and IPTV ready (decodes MPEG2, MPEG4, and H.264). It means that every source is simply a channel whether you got it out of the air, from the Internet, or over a network. You can use the V-Tune alone or ganged. You can simultaneously support RF and IP. (On the booth it was interfacing with a virtual server in the cloud, hence the dropouts and artifacts?). This is the kind of product you should really not leave InfoComm without seeing. It’s simple, it’s purpose-built to solve an annoying problem, and if it’s right for your install you could save yourself a lot of headaches.
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