Extron is the provider of training and certification programs for the AV industry, offering online instructor-led classes, on-demand training, and specialized workshops.
Extron has announced the immediate availability of the VCA 100 Virtual Control Appliance, which includes integrated virtual control processors.
Extron VCA 100 Virtual Control Appliance addresses the growing need for centralized, scalable, and integrated AV control solutions in organizations. It aligns with the trend of AV/IT convergence and provides flexibility for organizations to adapt and expand their AV control capabilities as needed, all while leveraging existing IT infrastructure.
Extron is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the VCA 100 Virtual Control Appliance with integrated virtual control processors. This new virtual control system helps organizations easily deploy, scale, and manage their AV systems by providing the flexibility of hosting AV control resources in a central location, right alongside the resources your organization’s IT team already manages. The VCA 100 is designed for centralized AV control across the organization. It’s everything you love about Extron control, scalable for the enterprise.
“The product’s capability opens the door to a whole new design architecture for enterprise wide control and automation,” says Casey Hall, Chief Marketing Officer for Extron. “This delivers countless benefits as a unified AV/IT solution, such as centralized management of your AV systems and an easily-scalable architecture that is ideal for any size organization.”
AV/IT teams can host up to 30 IPCP Pro xi Series virtual control processors on a single VCA 100. As an organization expands their AV control system needs, new Virtual Control Processors (VCPs) can be activated and configured or programmed to accommodate. While an entry level VCA 100 includes 5 VCPs, simply apply compatible LinkLicenses to enable additional VCPs. There are no recurring licensing fees for these LinkLicenses. You can monitor the health and status of deployed virtual control processors using the web-based management console on the VCA 100.