IPTV receivers make TV and video channels available
to analogue and digital TVs and AV display devices
from IPTV streams on a standard IT network. The
IPTV receivers decode SD and HD streams and have
end-user control using an infra-red remote control
handset. They can be powered direct from the IT
network using POE, or from the mains. There are
3 models in the range:
The AvediaPlayer r9300 - Features a single Ethernet
port and an HDMI output, in a compact form factor with
the lowest power consumption of all Exterity’s receivers.
AvediaPlayer r9310 - Additionally offers HD and
SD Component via phono connectors, and SD composite
and analogue audio via phono connectors.
AvediaPlayer r9220 - Same features as r9300 with
the addition of 3 ethernet ports on an internal 4-port
ethernet switch for delivery of additional network services
to other equipment, such as laptops and VOIP phones.
Artio Portal is a software client for
the AvediaServer platform. It enables multiplatform
delivery of TV and video to any networked PC or
Mac without any need for special IPTV player software on the computers; any necessary codecs are automatically downloaded from AvediaServer, so that all the user sees is the IPTV channel. And it supports pause of live TV too! Floating
licensing is available to make this a very cost-effective
option for large organisations, with scalability,
ease of management and user convenience.
The new AvediaPlayer Plugin Viewer enables delivery of live HD TV and video streams via PC desktop applications including Windows Media Player and Microsoft Office, allowing organisations to incorporate video and live TV into applications such as PowerPoint and Outlook across their entire network.