NETGEAR AV at ISE: New Partners and Alliances for better AV-over-IP Networking

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John Henkel, Director of Product Marketing
NETGEAR for Business

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The NETGEAR AV team, focused on the commercial and residential integration markets, is heading to Barcelona for the world’s leading AV and systems integration exhibition, Integrated Systems Europe (ISE). In addition to exhibiting the latest, award-winning products and services, we will conduct 2 deep-dive training sessions, performing demos every 30 minutes, and presenting a seminar for the CEDIA Smart Home Technology Conference.

  • Training Sessions, Wed, Feb 1, Room CC3.13C
    • 10:30-11:45: “How to Design an AV over IP Network” with Laurent Masia
    • 11:45-12:30: “Top Ten Pitfalls of Wireless Network Design” with Kieran Purdie
  • Demo Sessions every day, every 30 minutes, Stand 5D800
    • Top of the hour: Engage AV Controller for M4250 & M4300 Switches
    • Bottom of the hour: Insight Remote Management for Access Points and Switches
  • CEDIA Smart Home Technology Conference, 31 Jan, Room CC1.2
    • T16:30 – 18:00: “What is next for PoE and AV technology?” with Richard Jonker

Register for training sessions here.

ISE attendees will be able to see NETGEAR products in use by about 50 other technology partners who have complimentary AV-over-IP products. NETGEAR’s alliances with other manufacturers, sales/distribution partners, and technology alliances illustrate the commitment we’ve made to help make networking easier.

We’re also very excited about a new, global partnership with GPA, the largest systems integrator in the world with offices in 164 cities across 50 countries. GPA’s elite program ensures only the top global vendors are allowed to participate in this program. This partnership highlights the alignment between NETGEAR and GPA to make AV networking better and easier.

On the technology front, NETGEAR AV has joined the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS), a non-profit trade organization for the broadcast and media industry to increase the adoption of Internet Protocol Media Experience (IPMX™) — a set of open standards-based protocols designed to ensure interoperability for AV-over-IP systems. The new support of the AIMS Alliance coupled with ongoing support as a founding member of the SDVoE Alliance illustrates NETGEAR’s continued commitment to the commercial and broadcast markets.

NETGEAR’s AV-focused division, NETGEAR AV, has been recently launched to concentrate on the needs of both the commercial and residential custom integration AV markets. This includes products that are only available in the AV distribution channel, design teams for Pro AV and Pro WiFi installations, and software to help configure and manage wired and wireless networks.


If you’re at the show, please stop by booth 5D800 or one of our educational events. To learn more about NETGEAR AV visit For partner announcements and other news check out the NETGEAR press room. Discover also what’s new for ISE 2024 from NETGEAR.
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