The partnership enables VBrick customers to use AMX’s Modero family of wireless touch panel control products to manage the functionality of VBrick products from a single console. AMX’s Modero products provide users with a robust, yet straightforward wireless touch panel that is built on open standards to support a myriad of technologies. AMX support for VBrick solutions provides organizations with additional flexibility for optimizing VBrick’s robust IP video options that include live video streaming, video on-demand and point-to-point always on, interactive video.
The combined VBrick and AMX solution will be demonstrated at VBrick InfoComm booth 2267.
“Many organizations that leverage video own multiple products,” said Michael Baker, vice president of Business Development of VBrick Systems. “Our partnership with AMX allows us to deliver a single, consistent console to operate all of our solutions – simplifying training and most important – reducing the user frustration associated with using a different control console for each product.”
“The InConcert Program empowers organizations to collaborate on the automation and integration of audio/video and additional communications technologies,” said Rashid Skaf, AMX Executive Vice President. “This is a key step in helping customers take advantage of the benefits of video – we must make it simple and help customers connect at the click of a button to train, collaborate and meet their objectives without giving the underlying technology a second thought.”