WyreStorm has added Luxul to the list of networking equipment manufacturers to offer support for the WyreStorm NetworkHD HD-over-IP solution.
Following the 2014 launch of NetworkHD, WyreStorm has added another innovative network switch manufacturer in Luxul to the NetworkHD fold.
Following the 2014 launch of NetworkHD, WyreStorm has added another innovative network switch manufacturer in Luxul to the NetworkHD fold. Joining Cisco, Dell, and HP as NetworkHD supported switches and Enado, AMX, Control 4, Crestron, and RTI as compatible control systems, the addition of Luxul reflects the continued support shown by the industry in embracing the NetworkHD HD-over-IP solution for even greater flexibility and even more options offered for the installer.
Luxul switches offering support for WyreStorm NetworkHD include the AMS-2616P, AMS-1208P and AMS-4424P models, which are all part of Luxul’s AV Series and are purpose-built for use with AV equipment. They feature rear panel ports and front facing LEDs for clean integration with AV rack systems, while also offering user selectable blue/green LEDs that allow for consistency with other rack mount equipment. Also supported is the XMS-2624P, which offers a traditional front-facing port alternative. As a leading innovator of high performance Wi-Fi and wired networking products, Luxul has expertise in delivering highly reliable solutions for use in the most demanding network deployments, ranging from residential and commercial LANs and WLANs to mobile Wi-Fi connectivity in heavy industrial and military applications.
“WyreStorm NetworkHD is the most powerful, yet simplest range of HD-over-IP products on the market today and it is important that our switch manufacturer partners are as well,” said James Meredith, WyreStorm NetworkHD and Enado global product manager. “Luxul’s new range of AV switches have simple tick box configuration for NetworkHD to get the system set up in seconds, meaning that even the largest of installs is configured in a little more time than it takes to plug in all the equipment.”