- 11 September 2014 12:45
Combitel leads the IPTV wave at Integrate
Integrate is held in partnership with InfoComm International and CEDIA, and boasts over 5,000 delegates. Over 30 new companies are exhibiting for the first time at the show including Melbourne headquartered IPTV company Combitel.
As one of Australia’s leading IPTV and digital signage systems integrator, equipment supplier and software developer, Combitel is proud to see the Australian industry accelerating at pace with international trends.
“Combitel has a strong international footprint and we are investing heavily in taking our enterprise IPTV solutions globally so it is very gratifying to see interest and demand in our sector growing substantially on home turf,” said Combitel, CEO, Eugene Razbash.
The company will be showcasing a raft of products including the Omniscreen Pilot enterprise TV and digital signage application server. The multi-purpose solution can be installed as an appliance or deployed in the Cloud as a SaaS offering to fit bespoke needs. The Omniscreen Pilot solutions includes live TV and Pay TV distribution with EPG and can be screened across multi platforms such as TV, PC, tablet, smartphone.
Growth in the smarthome sector and demand for healthcare and education solutions via broadband platforms is driving growth in the IPTV enterprise sector.
“There is clearly a groundswell of pent-up demand for IP powered smart home and enterprise solutions that enable a range of facilities including security, entertainment and health monitoring,” Razbash said.
“It is crucial that the Australian industry is prepared for the growth and innovating across all sectors, as much as it can to take advantage of this next wave of screen based connectivity,” he added.
This year, Integrate includes the new addition of the Integrate Conference which features international and local speakers canvassing emerging trends in Unified Communications, Digital Signage and Smart Building at Future Trend Talks.
Integrate takes place on 26-28 August 2014 at the Dome, 1 Showground Rd, Sydney Olympic Park.
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