An Industry First, HDBaseT Alliance to Feature Spec 3.0 Products at InfoComm

Orlando, FLORIDA, October 21, 2021– The HDBaseT Alliance, the largest organization in ProAV advancing the HDBaseT standard, announced that it will be featuring its members’ latest advancements in ProAV technology at InfoComm 2021, including new products equipped with HDBaseT Spec 3.0.

HDBaseT Spec 3.0 is the only fully uncompressed solution on the market, enabling the distribution of HDMI 2.0 4K@60 4:4:4 for up to 100m/328ft over a single Category cable. In addition, this technology also supports 1Gb Ethernet, enhanced USB 2.0, audio (including support for audio insert extract and eARC), controls, and power.

The HDBaseT Alliance booth at Infocomm 2021 (#2824) will feature Spec 3.0-enabled extenders, transceivers, wall plates, hybrid bridge solutions, and more, manufactured by Aten, Aurora, AV ProEdge, CYP, Grandbeing, and Matrox.

“HDBaseT has long been considered the global standard for long-reach digital connectivity, but this year, we’ve stepped up our game with the introduction of HDBaseT Spec 3.0 products,” said Tzahi Madgar, President of the HDBaseT Alliance. “Spec 3.0-enabled products are set to completely change the market for installers and consumers. And now, for the first time ever, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of some of them this year at InfoComm 2021.”

The global pandemic has transformed the way we learn, the way we do business, and the way we live, and HDBaseT technology has been a key enabler for this transformation. HDBaseT provides best-in-class video conferencing solutions for the corporate and education segments, as well as professional-grade audio-video solutions in the residential market. At InfoComm, HDBaseT Alliance members– Valens, Key Digital, WyreStorm, AV ProEdge, CYP, XYTE, Matrox, Murideo, and Teldor – will be showcasing their latest offering in these segments.

About the HDBaseT Alliance

The HDBaseT Alliance advances and promotes the adoption of HDBaseT technology as the global standard for ultra-high-definition, digital connectivity. Since its founding in 2010 by LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Valens, the Alliance has brought together the leading names in the consumer electronics, professional AV, industrial and automotive sectors, and today it has more than 200 members and thousands of products.