InfoComm 2015 - PureLink to Offer Manufacturer Training at InfoComm15

Courses to Educate Integrators, Designers, and Consultants on Ultra HD and Full HD Merging Successfully in a PureMedia Distributed Environment

RAMSEY, NJ - May 1, 2015 - PureLink will be offering manufacturer training courses at InfoComm15 in Orlando, FL, providing attendees a chance to learn about the current state of UltraHD and how PureMedia handles emerging technologies to peacefully and effectively merge UltraHD with Full HD in the real world.


Each course will cover the relavance of HDMI 1.4b, HDMI 2.0, including refresh rates and color spaces, as well as HDCP and the new 2.2 standard. Training will also include a demonstration of PureLink's Motore Media Processing Technology, the industry's most complete and intelligent Ultra HD/4K scaling solution, along with in-depth education on Displayport, 6G-SDI, HDBaseT, Fiber, and wireless transport standards.

"PureLink's manufacturer training courses ensure that integrators, designers, and consultants will be armed with the knowledge required to implement effective system design and performance," said Keith Frey, Course Instructor and Senior Product Marketing Manager at PureLink. "Comprehensive instruction will enable attendees to feel empowered and confident in their grasp of the current and future state of video and audio transport and management."

Course Details:

Ultra HD & Full HD: Merging Successfully with Motore
Instructor: Keith Frey

Wednesday, June 17
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Thursday, June 18
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Show Passes:

Visit our website to receive your FREE Exhibits Pass to the InfoComm15 show, courtesy of PureLink.

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