Extron Announces 4K and Ultra HD Solutions

Look for the 4K and UHD logo on select Extron product Web pages.

Anaheim, California (January 23, 2014) - Extron Electronics is pleased to announce support of 4K and Ultra HD - UHD video systems that solve emerging design challenges by offering solutions for high-performance signal processing and distribution products. Solutions include extending 4K and UHD video over a single twisted pair cable, videowall processors to leverage the high pixel density of the newest generation of displays, streaming encoders and decoders to extend 4K video over traditional network infrastructure, media players for playback of 4K content, and fiber optic distribution systems when pixel-for-pixel signal extension and switching are required in mission critical environments. Whether designing for simulation, defense, medical, theater, themed attraction, or other applications, Extron delivers service, support, and the right solution to ensure your next project is a success.


"New displays and projectors that provide 4K and UHD resolutions are being introduced every day, and AV system designers and integrators are looking for methods to support these systems," says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "Extron has a broad range of products that provide high-performance signal extension, routing, and distribution solutions for transporting 4K and UHD digital video today and in the future."

Look for the 4K and UHD logo on select Extron product Web pages. For assistance designing your 4K or UHD AV system, please contact your Extron customer support representative. An Extron Applications Engineer will be assigned to your project and will work with you to ensure your complete satisfaction.

For more information about Extron 4K Systems, please visit www.extron.com/extron4Ksystemspr

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