The latest update of the Crestron ADMS Intermedia Delivery System features internet video and Netflix support. The upgrade is designed to be as easy as possible for dealers of existing ADMS products.
Native Netflix integration on the upgraded Crestron ADMS system enables linking to personal Netflix accounts for WorldSearch browsing and playback.
According to the company, a pop-up window appears on existing systems; clicking “ok” is all that is required for the update to download and new functionality to be added.
After the upgrade, photos and standard or high def home movies can now be merged into a single experience for managing personal video content. Native Netflix integration enables linking to personal Netflix accounts for WorldSearch browsing and playback.
The internet TV experience has been enhanced, including the addition of Hulu movie access.
Also, the ADMS system will now check for updated internet channel guides every night, accelerating the update process.
“ADMS is dynamic, and grows as quickly as the Internet itself,” explained Crestron director of marketing Vincent Bruno. “Internet video providers come and go, and new content is added monthly. Crestron is committed to providing the best content as it becomes available and making access, storage and playback as quick and easy as possible.”
Described by Crestron as “more than a media server,” the Crestron ADMS is a content delivery and home entertainment system organizes a end-user’s content choices, whether from the web, in the ADMS hard drive, one of the companion Blu-ray changer or NAS drives, a home or network computer, via a single user interface and exclusive WorldSearch technology.