SVSi Demonstrates Multi-channel Capabilities of the voLANte Digital Video LAN Solution at InfoComm08

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The SVSi voLANte digital video LAN now supports up to six, high-definition channels of 100% digital video and audio content over ordinary CAT 5 wire.

No one else offers as many 100% digital HD channels over standard CAT 5 with unlimited distance. Other vendors can do it by converting from digital to analog and back to digital, but analog images degrade over distance. Others can do it over COAX, but that's expensive to purchase and expensive to deploy

Southern Vision Systems, Inc. (SVSi) today announced significant new additions to their voLANte(TM) digital video LAN solution. The SVSi voLANte digital video LAN now offers customers the ability to simulcast up to six independent channels of high-definition, 100% digital content - all over ordinary CAT 5 wire. Also in this release: the voLANte Conductor(TM) content distribution and display management software; the voLANte EMCast(TM) vicinity alert; and support for bidirectional network communication via RS232. The voLANte digital video LAN solution is now shipping. Visit InfoComm booth N7541 or visit the voLANte home page at http://www.easysignage.net for more information.

Simulcast up to six channels of HD content
The voLANte digital video LAN is the first and only digital signage network to offer support for up to six simulcast channels in 100% digital HD content from any DVI or HDMI source or from the local receivers (similar to a media player) using a single, standard CAT 5 wire. Supported formats include: text, digital photography with text, sophisticated graphics, flash animation segments, full motion video, live video camera feeds, DVD, digital audio and HDMI-compatible components such as television, wire and satellite feeds.

"No one else offers as many 100% digital HD channels over standard CAT 5 with unlimited distance. Other vendors can do it by converting from digital to analog and back to digital, but analog images degrade over distance. Others can do it over COAX, but that's expensive to purchase and expensive to deploy," said Bob Sharp, director of sales and marketing for SVSi. "Our technology makes it easy for anyone to implement a digital signage network. You don't need expensive cabling or expertise in professional AV. Its literally plug and play in every sense."

Content distribution and display management software
The voLANte Conductor content distribution and display management software employs a graphical user interface giving customers an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop means for managing the distribution and display of HD content over their local area network (LAN). Conductor ships standard with the voLANte VTC103 PC transmitter card.

Assume control of the LAN from any point
The voLANte EMCast vicinity alert gives authorized personnel the ability to take over the voLANte digital video LAN at any network access point. This feature allows personnel to alert those in the vicinity of the voLANte digital video LAN of either benign or threatening events. EMCast supports both visual and audible alerts.

Bidirectional network communication
The voLANte digital video network now supports bidirectional RS232 communication for start-up and shut-down of all displays on the voLANte network. In addition, the voLANte VRR 104 digital AV receivers can return display status back to the host PC allowing customers to have even more control and management of networked displays.

About SVSi
Southern Vision Systems, Inc., based in Madison, Alabama, is a leading US manufacturer of high-speed digital video cameras and innovative products for Digital Signage content distribution. Founded in 2003, SVSi leverages over two decades of experience in digital image processing, electrical, software, and optical engineering and is committed to providing customers with high-quality cost-effective solutions. For more information, and to learn more about high speed cameras visit http://www.southernvisionsystems.com . For more information about the SVSi voLANte digital video LAN solution, visit http://www.easysignage.net .

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