Symetrix Unveils Control Server at InfoComm 2017

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Seattle, WA – June 2017… This year’s InfoComm Convention promises to be one of the busiest ever, with predictions of record heat and record attendance as tens of thousands of AV and networking professionals from across the globe converge on Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center from June 14-16.

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If you’re attending InfoComm, don’t forget to pay a visit to Symetrix in booth 6281, for a peek at the newest addition to their line of high performance tools for commercial sound applications.

At InfoComm 2017, Symetrix will be taking the wraps off of Control Server, a network-based, dedicated control platform for Radius, Prism, Edge, and Solus NX DSP hardware. Accessed using standard HTML browsers on networked devices, Control Server is a flexible and extensible BYOD approach to control and monitoring of all Symetrix Composer-enabled DSPs, as well as select third-party A/V components.

Control Server’s centralized, server-based design enables full featured creation, deployment, monitoring, and maintenance of large-scale, complex systems supporting multiple control endpoints and multiple simultaneous users. Supporting wired and wireless connection, Control Server’s intuitive, browser-based interface manages each custom application on the network, including licenses, users, and user access. Control Server apps are fast and responsive, and fully customizable, including multiple levels of user access.

Symetrix will also be a sponsor of Audinate’s InfoComm Dante AV Networking World training event, held on Tuesday, June 13 and featuring in-depth training for new and experienced Dante users.

Come visit Symetrix at booth 6281 and see their entire lineup of Dante-enabled DSP products, including Radius, Prism, and Edge, as well as Solus NX, Jupiter, Zone Mix 761, and the rest of the Symetrix line of digital signal processing solutions.

We look forward to seeing you in Orlando.

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