Access Networks Now Provides Network Infrastructure Configuration for Crestron NVX Video Over IP Distribution Projects

Integration between Crestron and Access Networks preconfigured solutions deliver AV over IP.
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Access Networks now offers preconfigured solutions optimized for Crestron NVX deployments. Access Networks’ Core2 and Core3 custom-programmed networking solutions are now certified to work with Crestron's DM-NVX Series of AV over IP encoders/decoders.

Access Networks Core System

The new Crestron DM-NVX system delivers 4K60, 4:4:4, and HDR video over standard 1gbps Ethernet. Access Networks Core systems provide the high bandwidth and low latency today’s video distribution systems need. Coupled together, DM-NVX and Core are an easy to deploy solution for new installations as well as retrofit projects.

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Access Networks’ Core2 is a flat (or, layer-2) network core with a single IP scheme for the entire scope of the project. Core3 is a multiple-VLAN (or, layer-3) network with up to six pre-configured VLANs for network segmentation. Since all Ruckus ICX switches utilized in this system are capable of layer-3 functionality without the need for a hardware change, Access Networks is able to provide true layer-3 configurations more affordably than previous multiple-VLAN solutions, according to the company.

As a Crestron I2P partner, Access Networks’ Core2 and Core3 products will work in lockstep with Crestron products to provide consistency in an increasingly complicated landscape of IP-based products that “ride” on the home network. Access Networks Core systems also includes four years of support from its team of certified support engineers, providing a future-ready solution as network requirements change over time.

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