Symetrix will showcase all the latest developments in its SymNet DSP family at this year’s InfoComm exhibition on 13-19 June at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
The company's largest InfoComm stand to date will host the latest version of its open-architecture design software for SymNet Edge and SymNet Radius Dante-scalable network audio DSPs. Adding to existing support for select third-party devices from manufacturers including Audio-Technica, Shure and Stewart Audio, SymNet Composer 4.0 heralds configuration capabilities for Attero Tech’s newly-released unDUSB Dante unit – a driver-free 2x2 USB-to-Dante interface set to be deployed primarily for computer-based applications in conferencing systems such as Skype and Microsoft Lync.
In addition, SymNet Composer 4.0 offers full support for two new control options that will also be exhibited at InfoComm 2015. The newly-released ARC-3 wall panel remote arrives in a single SKU with surface and flush-mounting options, and incorporates a new capacitive touch interface with LED feedback, as well as a multi-language graphics-capable OLED display.
The second new control option, an upgrade to Symetrix’s ARC-WEB browser-based control interface, adds a dialler function to allow owners of iPhones, iPads, Android phones, tablets and PCs to conduct call dialling and command functions through their SymNet DSP, without having to rely on specific Crestron or AMX touch panel modules.
Brooke Macomber, managing director, global sales & marketing at Symetrix remarked that InfoComm attendees should also visit the company’s booth to see “three new compact SymNet I/O expanders in smaller channel counts, and learn more about an exciting new collaboration with a pioneering video-over-IP company.”
The manufacturer will announce further details at InfoComm 2015, and can be found at booth #321.