Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

New Products

Exterity Doubles Number Of Channel Partnerships In Just Six Months

Reseller reap the benefits of selling network AV to new and existing customers

London, 2nd May 2006: Exterity, a specialist in network audio-visual (AV), has doubled its reseller base in just six months. AV integration companies such as Asysco and Quadrant Visual Solutions are just a few of those reaping the financial benefits of reselling network AV equipment into education, SMEs and blue-chips companies. Exterity aims to further increase its reseller base by 60 per cent by the end of the 2006.

Exterity believes that its success within the channel is due to the versatility of its TVgateway, encoder and receiver products, which are ‘plug and play’ broadcast TV to IP network distribution equipment. By simply deploying these products, Exterity and its partners can deliver broadcast standard media and TV across any Ethernet network, without the need for additional cables or an expensive RF video distribution system.

“We believe our products provide resellers with a fantastic opportunity to return to existing clients, offering them a network AV solution that can simply bolt on to their existing network, making the most of the existing bandwidth and delivering IPTV or media streaming to any end point, explained Colin Farquhar, CEO, Exterity. “Equally our resellers can identify new opportunities, in new markets that can generate additional revenue.”

Exterity works extremely closely with all its partners, providing comprehensive product training on an ongoing basis as well as accreditation and joint marketing. Furthermore, Exterity appoints a sales manager to each partner account, ensuring all resellers are continually supported in the form of attendance at end user meetings and installations.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement

Our Reviews

Bookshelf Speakers

The new Lumina collection brings the artistry of Sonus faber loudspeakers to a much wider audience for a lot less money.

Reviews

BDI sets a high bar with another modern media console designed to conceal all your electronics and a sound bar in an elegant ventilated...

Reviews

Nobody needs to be reminded that the past four months have taken a toll on our collective psyches; being quarantined for months in New...

LG Electronics

The LG Tone Free Earbuds with Meridian technology include a unique UV-light disinfecting wireless charging case and are undeniably better sounding than AirPods.

LG Electronics

A go-anywhere portable wireless speaker with multi color lighting effects that leaps to the top of its class thanks to Meridian Audio technology.

Computers

Rock solid adjustable motorized standing desk that raises or lowers at the touch of a button. Budget priced at only $379.

You May Also Like

Amazon

Arriving late-2020, Amazon's 3rd generation Echo Show 10 improves sound quality, automatically rotates and has a sliding shutter switch to block the camera.

Amazon

All-new Amazon Echo smart speaker offers improved sound quality and faster Alexa responses in a fun new spherical shape.

Bookshelf Speakers

The new Lumina collection brings the artistry of Sonus faber loudspeakers to a much wider audience for a lot less money.

New Products

The just-released model CT-2 completely-passive tabletop vibration isolation platform, from Minus K Technology, with no air or electric power required, represents the latest state-of-the-art...

Advertisement

ecoustics is the unbiased resource for the latest technology news, coolest gadgets, and best consumer electronics. Plus get product reviews, roundups and deals from all over the web on everything electronic. Read more



Copyright © 1999-2020 ecoustics | Disclaimer: ecoustics may earn a commission when you buy through links on our site.