Following a successful launch in the U.S., Magenta Research recently debuted the new Voyager Series in Australia at the Integrate 2010 Expo.
Integrate Expo is a technology-focused event to introduce the most revolutionary products since the advent of AV and digital signage to the world’s major markets.
The Voyager AV Signal Distribution Platform is an interoperable set of extenders, distribution amlifiers and matrix swirchers which enable any end-to-end configuration for distribution of uncompressed video, audio, RS-232, IR and USB signals over fiber. Designed to deliver exceptional high resolution image quality and 24/7 reliability, the Voyager Series is considered by Magenta Research management as the future of extension and switching for digital signage and Pro AV application.
“Magenta Research has been a core product line for IDT since 2004, and the introduction of Voyager represents a significant step forward in growing Magenta’s market share in our region,” says Gerry Wilkins, managing director of distributor Image Design Technology Pty. Ltd. (IDT), Sydney, Australia. “We are extremely pleased with all aspects of the product’s performance and features set, and feel that Magenta has set a new industry standard in Digital Signal Distribution.”
“The unprecedented functionality, flexibility, performance and cost of the Voyager series truly makes it the future of AV extension and matrix switching. and made it the perfect fit to introduce to Australia’s Integrate Expo,” says Kamran Ahmed, director of international ad sales and senior technology advisor to Magenta Research.