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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.

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.

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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