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Kramer sets goal to triple revenues in three years


Kramer has unveiled a new brand and a new vision for the future at ISE in Barcelona.

Kramer, which has over 40 years of experience and more than 20 offices worldwide, began a process of transforming its business over the past year, with new regional structures across Europe, APAC and the Americas. It will also soon open a new regional EMEA office in Amsterdam.

Kramer says a new “physi-digital” world has emerged, creating demand for platforms that drive productivity, collaboration and connection.

Gilad Yron, CEO at Kramer, said: “The last couple of years have transformed the need for high-quality audio-visual experiences. Now that physical and digital interactions are given increasingly equal footing, every organisation requires an end-to-end technology partner to help it power immersive creativity, expression and connectivity.

“Kramer’s transformation reflects this. We’re helping our customers to connect with people across multiple platforms for stronger inclusiveness, closer relationships and greater collaboration.”

The company is showing its latest products at ISE, including the KDS-7 portfolio of high performance and scalable AVoIP solutions, a new line of collaboration devices, and new features for the VIA platform. The company’s latest software solutions are also being demonstrated, following the acquisition of hybrid computing organisation, UCWorkspace.

The KDS-7 family of encoders and decoders provides low-latency, high-quality 4K60 4.2.0 video presentations and easy scalability to suit any size network AV installation. They also come with fast deployment capabilities, a simple user experience, enterprise IT-grade security, and advanced, intuitive management.

The new line of Kramer collaboration devices spans speakerphones, video cameras, and all-in-one collaboration bars. It ranges from a smart panoramic K-180 Mini camera, for small meetings and huddle rooms, to an ultra-HD K-Cam4K, which offers crystal-clear coverage of auditoriums.

Kramer is also demonstrating its VIA Connect² platform for 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 features enhanced security capabilities, helping to meet stringent enterprise-grade and government requirements for safety, reliability and confidentiality.

Finally, UCW’s Quicklaunch software is said to be the industry’s fastest and most secure way to launch any meeting, regardless of conferencing provider. In just ‘one touch’, end users can wirelessly connect to more than over 30 meeting providers and there are customisable environments, interfaces, languages, and applications.

This Post was originally published on AV Interactive

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