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Crestron DigitalMedia Simple Room Solutions take a bow at ISE 2020

DMPS Lite and products are ideal in classrooms and smaller meeting spaces such as huddle rooms and collaboration spaces

 At ISE 2020, Crestron, a global leader in advanced workplace technology, will debut its new DMPS Lite simple AV room solutions. DMPS Lite and products give integrators a plug-and-play, high value, flexible, no programming solution to grow their business in classrooms and smaller meeting spaces, such as huddle rooms and collaboration spaces.  

DMPS Lite: multisource-to-display
“DMPS Lite products enable our dealers to expand their reach into spaces that require more than a DM Lite source-to-display solution alone, but less than an all-in-one Crestron DMPS3 Series system,” said Alex Peras, Technology Manager, DigitalMedia.

DMPS Lite products include: a 4K video scaler; standalone web configuration with auto-routing and display control; and audio amplification. Additionally, the Crestron XiO Cloud service provides integrators with the ability to remotely provision, monitor, and manage DMPS Lite solutions across an enterprise or university. Hundreds of devices can be deployed and managed in the same amount of time it would ordinarily take to do so for just a single device.

Mix-and-match with DM Lite
DMPS Lite products can be combined with versatile DM Lite transmitters to create powerful simple room solutions for smaller spaces, whether the need is source-to-display (DM Lite) or multisource-to-display (DMPS Lite.)

Learn more
Crestron is debuting its DMPS Lite simple room solutions, along with all of its other solutions for the modern workplace, in Hall-2, Stand C20 at ISE 2020, 11 – 14 February, 2020.

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