Crestron DM NVX Series Is 4K60, 4:4:4 and HDR AV-Over-IP System on a 1Gb Network
Crestron is here at InfoComm four months after ISE where they had the original launch of their new DM NVX Series. Crestron says that DM NVX Series makes it possible to securely transmit stunning 4K60, 4:4:4 and HDR video over standard 1 Gigabit Ethernet, with no latency. A key component of the company’s secure Enterprise Room Solutions, DM NVX Series provides for a scalable network AV solution, from a simple point-to-point setup, to thousands of endpoints and requires only DM NVX Encoders/Decoders. DM NVX integrates with DM HDBaseT, 4K60 fiber and H.264 streaming products.
Crestron also says that the DM NVX Series is the only 4K60, 4:4:4, HDR video over 1Gb Ethernet solution that provides network security at the product level, leveraging a battery of standard network security protocols including 802.1x authentication, Active Directory credential management, PKI authentication, AES encryption, TLS, SSH, HTTPS and secure CIP.
The DM NVX Series is comprised of: DM NVX Encoder/Decoder Boxes (DM-NVX-350, DM-NVX-351) and DM NVX Encoder/Decoder Cards (DM-NVX-350C, DM-NVX-351C), which also provide USB 2.0 routing, built-in DSP, auto-switching and support Ethernet natively, as well as fiber, with optional SPF modules, the DM NVX Card Chassis (DMF-CI-8) and DM XiO Director, a network appliance which serves as a centralized “virtual switcher” that facilitates configuration, control, and management of large-scale DM NVX Series AV networks. DM XiO Director is available in models that support 80 (DM-XIO-DIR-80), 160 (DM-XIO-DIR-160) or unlimited (DM-XIO-DIR-ENT) endpoint devices.
Software residing in the DM NVX Series Encoder/Decoder boxes and cards makes it possible to configure, deploy, and manage entire systems from the web. Integrators choose sources and displays, and set bandwidth and latency to meet the needs of the application and infrastructure. For larger DM NVX Series systems, Crestron’s new DM XiO Director allows you to provision and manage them over a standard IP network.