The KDS-7 family of encoders and decoders featured strongly
Spain - Kramer revealed a number of new products and technologies at ISE in Barcelona.
In the main zone of Kramer’s ISE booth, visitors experienced the company’s full eco-system of AVoIP solutions. This includes the new KDS-7 family of encoders and decoders, which provide low-latency, high-quality 4K60 4.2.0 video presentations and easy scalability to suit any size network AV installation. With fast deployment capabilities, a simple user experience, enterprise IT-grade security, and advanced, intuitive management, KDS-7 is designed for any enterprise, education, military, or government site.
Also on show was Kramer’s latest line of speakers. When paired with KDS-7, these advancements form Kramer’s AVoIP eco-system, enabling ‘instantaneous, secure engagement across organisations worldwide’.
In the booth’s secondary zone, visitors could explore the new line of Kramer collaboration devices, spanning speakerphones, video cameras, and all-in-one collaboration bars. From the smart panoramic K-180 Mini camera, crafted for small meetings and huddle rooms, to the ultra-HD K-Cam4K, which offers crystal-clear coverage of auditoriums, the range ensures everyone can see and hear - and be seen and heard - whether they’re dialing in from home or sitting at the back of a boardroom.
Kramer also demonstrated its VIA Connect² platform, on which users can hold scalable wireless meetings and classes from any Windows, Mac, Chromebook, Android, or iOS device, on all major videoconference platforms, in any location worldwide. The platform also features enhanced security capabilities, helping all participants to meet stringent enterprise-grade and government requirements for safety, reliability, and confidentiality.
Finally, Kramer showed solutions from its latest strategic acquisition, unified collaboration experience pioneer UC Workspace (UCW). Amplifying Kramer’s mission to power extraordinary audio-visual experiences, UCW products transform how people communicate across multiple different platforms through unprecedented levels of simplicity, automation, and collaboration.
“From education to enterprise, government to military, Kramer’s next-generation product portfolio allows us to bring immersive, end-to-end audio-visual experiences to organizations worldwide,” said Gilad Yron, CEO of Kramer.
“We’re ready to support customers on their physi-digi journeys and give them the tools and solutions to succeed in the hybrid world in which we now live and work. I can’t wait to personally meet visitors at Kramer’s booth to demonstrate our audio-visual breakthroughs first-hand.”

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