An Early ZyPerUHD60 Testimonial
We introduced our ZyPerUHD60 line of 1Gb AVoIP encoders and decoders at ISE 2023, and now the units are starting to be deployed around the world. Here we present a testimonial from Ryan Tarrant, CTS-D, PMP, a solutions architect with SVT, an AV integrator firm based in Brighton, Michigan.
SVT was founded in 1955 and pioneered the concept of video broadcast and streaming for race course facilities throughout North America. Over the ensuing decades, the company has expanded its operations to many other commercial business and industrial manufacturing facilities to become an industry leader providing IT-centric audio/video and information communication technology systems to casinos, concert & event centers, office buildings, hospitality facilities, restaurants and retail outlets, lounges and nightclubs, educational facilities and financial organizations.
The firm is one of the earliest adopters of our new ZyPerUHD60 1Gb AVoIP encoders and decoders. Among the wide range of applications where it deployed these models are in a public utility to perform all switching of AV content for a six-way dividable room and a sports book to drive an 8x2 video wall. Overall, Ryan Tarrant, solutions architect for the company, reports positive experiences with the models.
“We have used ZeeVee ZyPerUHD60 AVoIP encoders and decoders in many AV deployments, from education to enterprise environments. As a rule, we lead with AVoIP wherever matrix routing is called for because of its flexibility and scalability that will enable a system to easily grow to include additional endpoints over time. It provides high-quality video, built-in audio encoding and routing, plus support for Dante, with no separate audio gear required. Installation is also easier as there are a minimum number of connectors to deal with for both video and audio content. These models also operate without a dedicated controller in simpler deployments such as meeting rooms.
“On top of this, ZeeVee’s team was very accessible for any questions we had, which made our projects move forward fast and efficiently.”