And with the NX Series under the hood, the Enova DGX is undoubtedly the industry’s most secure and scalable platform, supporting wired 802.1x for enhanced security authentication and IPv6 for the most modern IP addressing.
Richardson, TX (PRWEB) August 11, 2014
HARMAN’s AMX announced that all models of Enova DGX Digital Media Switchers are now equipped with the industry’s most advanced and reliable central control processor, the revolutionary, new NetLinx NX Series from AMX. This means all Enova DGX models now have the ultra-fast processing power, unrivaled security features and scalability of the new NX Series, with no change in pricing. DGX models (DGX 8, 16, and 32) incorporating the new NX control processors began shipping, effective August 11, 2014. NX Series controllers have been shipping in the Enova DGX 64 chassis, since its release in April 2014.
The new DGX models come with a long list of immediate and valuable enhancements, including a high performance architecture that features a 1600 MIPS processor that can manage the most complex and expansive applications. And with the NX Series under the hood, the Enova DGX is undoubtedly the industry’s most secure and scalable platform, supporting wired 802.1x for enhanced security authentication and IPv6 for the most modern IP addressing. The entire NX controller line was released at InfoComm 2014 in June, and has seen enormous success with dealers, integrators and end users.
Migrating to the new DGX models is simple and painless as they are fully compatible with code developed for the previous AMX NI Series control processors. Should they wish, existing DGX customers will have the opportunity to upgrade their current DGX switchers with NI Series controllers to the new processor by purchasing a CPU Replacement Kit. Concurrent with this upgrade, AMX is implementing a simplified model numbering scheme for the DGX family to streamline the ordering process.
The Enova DGX family has been a cornerstone of the digital switching market since its inception in 2011. The DGX functions as the centerpiece of a complete integrated solution that manages and distributes analog and digital audio and video including HDMI/HDCP, control and Ethernet. Built for today's and tomorrow's needs, a comprehensive set of Enova DGX hot swappable boards can be used in conjunction with DXLink Transmitters and Receivers to provide an end-to-end distribution system over twisted pair cable or fiber.
Availability and Additional Details
AMX is proud to announce that the DGX 8, 16, and 32 with the new NX Series central control processor begin shipping, effective August 11, 2014. For further details, we invite you to visit these online resources:
- Enova DGX Series details, specifications, images and videos: http://www2.amx.com/EnovaDGX
- NetLinx NX Series details, specifications, images and videos: http://www2.amx.com/netlinx_nx_controllers
- AMX Enova Spotlight Site: http://www2.amx.com/enova_spotlight_site
- More AMX News: http://www.amx.com/newsroom/
Founded in 1982 and acquired by HARMAN in 2014, AMX® is dedicated to integrating AV solutions for an IT World. AMX solves the complexity of managing technology with reliable, consistent and scalable systems comprising control and automation, system-wide switching and AV signal distribution, digital signage and technology management. AMX systems are deployed worldwide in conference rooms, homes, classrooms, network operation/command centers, hotels, entertainment venues and broadcast facilities, among others.
HARMAN designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and integrated control solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon® and Mark Levinson®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 16,000 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.3 billion for the twelve months ended June 30, 2014.