ISE 2016: The HDBaseT Impact in our Day-to-Day Lives

Amsterdam, ISE 2016 – February 9, 2016 The HDBaseT Alliance, the cross-industry group tasked with promoting and advancing HDBaseT technology, will be showcasing several new products, solutions and demos at ISE 2016.  Several Alliance members are introducing new products to the market, including projectors, matrixes, extenders, testing and other solutions.  HDBaseT technology, powered by Valens, enables all-in-one connectivity between high-definition video sources and remote displays, through a single cable for up to 100 meters with category cable, or kilometers with fiber, including the transmission of uncompressed ultra-high-definition video & audio, Ethernet, control signals, up to 100W of power and USB.

For a review of all solutions being announced, please download the slides here.

Contributor Members:

  • Atlona (Stand 5-U100): a) HDBaseT Scaler with HDMI and Analog Audio Outputs; b) Two-Input Wall Plate Switcher with HDBaseT Output; c) 8-Output HDMI to HDBaseT Distribution Amplifier; d) 4-Output HDMI to HDBaseT Distribution Amps; e) 6-Input Switcher with HDBaseT and Automatic Display Control; f) Extender Kit w/Ethernet, Control, PoE, & Return Optical Audio; g) Soft Codec Conferencing System; h) 5-Input Switcher with HDBaseT and Mirrored Outputs
  • Crestron (Stand 2-C24): a) 4K DigitalMedia 8G+® Transmitters; b) HD Scaling Presentation Switcher & Extender 400
  • Pulse-Eight (Stand 5-U92): neo:4 Professional Matrix
  • Quantum Data (Stands 10-N155; 5-U92): 780D Protocol Analyzer/Generator for UHD 600MHz Testing
  • Würth Elektronik eiSos: LAN Transformer

Adopter Members:

  • AJA Video Systems (Stand 8-R235): RovoCam
  • Antiference (Stand 4-V52): 4K UHD Trucolour HDBaseT Matrix
  • Aten (Stand 11-N50; 5-U92): a) 9 x 9 HDMI HDBaseT-Lite Matrix Switch; b) 4 x 4 HDMI HDBaseT-Lite Matrix Switch
  • CYP (Stand 4-U65): a) HDMI/VGA/DisplayPort Presentation Switch & Scaler with HDMI & HDBaseT LITE Outputs; b) 4 x 4 HDMI HDBaseT LITE Matrix; c) 10 x 10 HDMI HDBaseT Matrix with Audio Matricing; d) 100m HDBaseT Slimline Receiver & Transmitter; e) 100m HDBaseT 2.0 Slimline Receiver & Transmitter
  • Digital Projection (Stand 1-F42): HIGHlite Laser II
  • Gefen (Stand 1-M45): a) 4K Ultra HD 8×9 Matrix for HDMI w/ HDCP 2.2, HDBaseT 2.0, and POH; b) DVI KVM HDBaseT 2.0 Extender w/ RS-232 and 2-way Audio
  • Kanexpro (Stand 6-M166): a) HDMI and VGA Collaboration Switcher Scaler over HDBaseT; b) Video Tiler and Presentation Scaler Switcher; c) 4K Multi-input 7×2 Presentation Scaler Switcher
  • Kramer Electronics (Stand 1-F20): ProScale™ Presentation Digital Scaler/Switcher
  • Lindy (Stand 8-H240): a) C6 HDMI 2.0 Extender Pro with HDBaseT Technology, 100m; b) 32×32 Modular Matrix System with HDBaseT Technology
  • Media Solutions: MS-TestPro™ Inline-tester
  • Muxlab (Stand 1-N90): 4K60 Multimedia 16×16 Matrix Switch
  • NEC (Stand 4-R24): HDBaseT Switcher/Receiver
  • Silora (Stand 5-U92): Full-Bandwidth HDMI 2.0 4K@60 4:4:4
  • StreamPlay: SP-1 Video Processor
  • WyreStorm (Stand No. 5-S110): a) HDBaseT Matrix Solution; b) 10 x 1 HDBaseT Presentation Switcher with 2-Mic Control and CEC; c) 5 x 1 HDBaseT Presentation Switcher with Mic Control and CEC ; d) HDBaseT Switcher/Scaler; e) HDBaseT 4×4 Matrix/Receiver Installer Kit; f) 4K HDMI over HDBaseT 2.0 Extender with USB 2.0, S/PDIF, IR and RS-232; g) 4K HDMI over HDBaseT Extender Set with ARC and Two-Way PoH
  • Zigen (Stand 5-U92): HDBaseT Auto-Switch & Extender

Join the HDBaseT Expert Installer Program, and receive your Expert Installer Certificate.  The training takes place on Wednesday, February 10th, at 10 am. 

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 manufacturers, and it counts today with more than 150 members and thousands of products.  The Alliance’s Board of Directors includes representatives from LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Valens, and General Motors. For more information.


Sandra Welfeld