The SDVoE Alliance announces the launch of a Japanese version of its website. The site brings resources, specifications and membership benefits that have been fully translated to support the SDVoE Alliance’s growing presence in the Japanese market.
The SDVoE Alliance’s Japanese website provides fully-translated resources, including industry articles, design studies and use cases, event information and the latest news. The new website includes a full product catalog to provide users with a comprehensive database featuring powerful search, comparison and project-list tools. Users will have access to Japanese translations of the SDVoE Academy, a resource designed to provide integrators with the skills necessary to take advantage of the latest AV signal management technology.
“We continue to invest in growing our presence in the Japanese market,” said Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance. “We have many SDVoE Alliance members headquartered in Japan, and the technology is quickly gaining in popularity in this cutting-edge market. It’s important for us, as a global alliance, to provide our members with the necessary resources to support their growing needs. We want to acknowledge two founding members, NETGEAR and Semtech, for the time and resources they have provided in supporting the SDVoE Alliance’s new Japanese website.”
The SDVoE Alliance supports many Japan-based members and supports a growing number of member events and industry trade shows in the Japanese region. The Japanese website will continue to support the SDVoE Alliance’s growth in the area. In just a few short years, the SDVoE Alliance has grown to include over 50 members shipping more than 700 interoperable products, including transmitters, receivers, transceivers, network switches, projectors, displays, infrastructure products and more. The SDVoE Alliance continues to invest in further growth to enable a global consortium of technology providers collaborating to standardize the adoption of Ethernet to transport AV signals in professional AV environments and create an ecosystem around SDVoE technology, allowing software to define AV applications.