Siemon Joins HDBaseT Alliance

Siemon Joins HDBaseT Alliance

Siemon has announced that it has joined the HDBaseT Alliance as an Adopter member. The HDBaseT Alliance is a cross-industry group tasked with promoting and advancing the HDBaseT AV application. 

Established in 2010, HDBaseT is a reliable, proven application for the transmission of ultra-high definition 4K video and audio along with 100 Mb/s Ethernet, USB 2.0, bidirectional control signals and 100 Watts of power over balanced twisted-pair cable and RJ45 network connectivity. The HDBaseT Alliance is active in educating the market on the benefits of the technology through dedicated content, webinars, participation in conferences and tradeshows, and more.

As a global manufacturer of low-voltage copper and optical fibre cabling systems, Siemon’s high-performance cables and connectors play an important role at the physical infrastructure layer, enabling reliable and cost-effective transmission of audio, video, power and control. Through participation in trade associations like AVIXA, webinars, application guides and superior technical support, Siemon is dedicated to educating the AV industry on standards-based structured cabling technology, design and deployment.

“Over the past decade, we’ve seen balanced twisted-pair copper cabling become a clear choice for connecting AV equipment and end devices. As a leading manufacturer of these cabling systems, we understand that high-performance cables and connectors play an important role in ensuring HDBaseT signal quality, remote powering capability and the bandwidth to handle ultra-high definition video,” says Tony Veatch, Global Director of Product Management for Siemon. “Siemon is pleased to join the HDBaseT Alliance as we see significant opportunities to further educate integrators about standards-based structured cabling and best practices in the design, installation and testing of the infrastructure that enables HDBaseT transmission.”

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