Holdan Limited has signed a Europe-wide distribution agreement with Inogeni, a Canadian manufacturer of USB video converters and processors. With the agreement, convergence between AV, IT and broadcast technology becomes a reality.
We work with resellers and system integrators in the corporate, finance, live production, medical and education sectors and believe that Inogeni’s products are going to be a compelling addition to our portfolio.
says Allan Leonhardsen, Director of Holdan.
Inogeni converters integrate natively into streaming services and video conferencing systems, such as Skype, Webex, GoToMeeting and Google Hangouts. This means that a broadcast camcorder can be used as an instant, super high quality video conferencing camera, with virtually no system configuration required. Similarly, in the ultimate self-op broadcast, a laptop running vMix or Wirecast production software can simply use HDMI or SDI cameras, or a computer source connected to Inogeni devices as live video inputs.
Inogeni’s HD and 4K USB 3.0 signal converters are available for HDMI, VGA and SDI inputs. Beyond the single purpose converters, Inogeni’s Share unit enables users to switch between two incoming sources, while Share 2 incorporates video mixing technology for dual video display or picture in picture.
With Inogeni, there are no drivers required and no USB compatibility issues. Our devices support Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, and Android systems, making them ultra-flexible for use in a variety of AV environments.
Commented Gilles Chouinard, President of Inogeni.
Inogeni products are now available from Holdan’s European network of value added resellers.
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