Here at InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas, AVNation’s Rich Fregosa is chatting with Brad Hintze, Crestron’s Executive Vice President of Marketing about some new—and possibly unprecedented—advances happening at Crestron this year.
About a month ago, Brad’s team announced a partnership with Mercedes, a company that also happens to be a customer of Crestron’s. Their tech is used for data tracking throughout the Mercedes headquarters, esports arena, and esports team. Now, with the power of NVX, Crestron and Mercedes are supporting esports like never before. Users now have the power, flexibility, and high-quality resolution they need to quickly adapt their video in real-time.
As is on display throughout the Crestron booth, NVX has countless use-cases and applications in the esports space, which is why it remains the leader in the AV-over-IP market. Crestron sees NVX as a constantly evolving part of the overall company ecosystem—it’s not just a black box, it’s a growing and improving piece of technology equipped to serve users across industries and interest groups. As the world moves forward, Crestron continues to invest in and improve upon NVX, making updates to the product itself as well as its compatible devices and programs to ensure the most secure, user-friendly experience possible.
Brad says that users can expect to see additional updates and innovative ideas in respect to NVX in the next six months to a year, leaving us with plenty to be excited about.
For more content and information about Brad’s team, visit Crestron’s website here. You can also find them on social media, @Crestron.
We’ll have more coverage of Crestron and other integrators coming up as the event continues. Read more about InfoComm 2022 here.