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HaiVision Becomes a Crestron Integrated Partner

HaiVision Systems, a vendor of H.264 network video codecs, joined the Crestron Electronics Integrated Partner Program with new modules for the integration of its hai1000/MAKO-HD multistream telepresence codec systems into Crestron's automation systems.

HaiVision Systems, a vendor of H.264 network video codecs, joined the Crestron Electronics Integrated Partner Program with new modules for the integration of its hai1000/MAKO-HD multistream telepresence codec systems into Crestron's automation systems. The hai1000 is designed for telepresence-style communications as implemented within boardroom environments, joining multisite campuses for houses of worship, and delivering medical-grade video within hospitals.

The new modules, available from Crestron, allow integrators to establish high-performance communications between HaiVision hai1000 codecs by using Crestron's room automation systems. Crestron automation products provide "instant-on" performance within the demanding environments where users require immediate response from control systems, according to the company.

HaiVision's hai1000/MAKO-HD provides full frame rate, HD video and computer output transmission across networks with an end-to-end latency of 70 milliseconds. The hai1000 is a multi-stream system that combines up to five performance codecs within a single telecom-grade appliance. It's well suited for applications where each location may have multiple video sources and needs to display multiple remote video sources, such as a telepresence suite or an integrated operating room within a medical teaching center.

"HaiVision's hai1000 systems are integrated within demanding and complex environments," said Steve Samson, director of business and market development for Crestron, in a statement. "Our goal is to create technologies that simplify both the user operational experience and, with supporting control modules, reduce the overall integration effort."



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