Exterity, a provider of enterprise IPTV technologies for secure distribution of live, on-demand and recorded video over IP today announces that Exterity partners, system users, consultants and VARs will be able to access the latest Exterity product and systems training at ISE 2014.
At ISE 2014, one-to-one or group training sessions with Exterity support and solutions consultants are being held over the three show days. Sessions cover a series of themes and topics relating to latest product releases as well as content specifically requested by attendees. Ranging from specification, installation, configuration, upgrading and continuity, the sessions are in-depth and hands on, enabling exploration of the full suite of Exterity Avedia and Artio range of products.
Topics and products being covered at ISE include Artio Portal, Artio Multiview, key features of the latest release of AvediaServer, integrating digital signage into an Exterity system and maximising performance, efficiency and continuity of an Exterity IPTV system.
Along with continual access to technical, sales and promotion training, Exterity channel partners also gain advantage from the company loyalty program, guaranteed pricing and incentives. Prospective partners will be able to meet with Exterity business development and senior management representatives and discover the benefits of video over IP.
Commenting on the ISE training sessions, Exterity Chief Executive Colin Farquhar said: “Exterity is dedicated to working with our channel partners to create innovative solutions and continually improving product capabilities to meet end user demands. We’ve consistently demonstrated our commitment to this by always having made access to education and training on latest system and product releases free to Exterity partners – long before anyone else realized it was a good idea. As well as meeting existing and new partners at ISE 2014, we’re looking forward to end users also attending these sessions. Engaging with them provides an opportunity to hear their experiences of Exterity solutions and update them directly about the advances we’re making with our solutions.”