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VITEC speaks on expansion at ISE 2022

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Exterity was recently acquired by VITEC and in our coverage of ISE 2022 AVNation’s Tim Albright spoke with Colin Farquhar to learn about how the transition.

Having the similar goals and brand ethos between the two companies has made this transition very smooth as possible as it will allow everyone to move in the same direction they were already heading but now with even more support.

VITEC is diligently working to bring the best to their customers as they are displaying new features and capabilities at ISE.

To learn more visit their websiteCheck out this video and our entire ISE 2022 coverage right here.

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