Sony will be demonstrating its commitment to bringing the benefits of high definition (HD) to Australian businesses at CeBIT 2007.
This year is proving to be the breakout year for high definition technology and Sony will present a range of its market leading business solutions at the show, including HD offerings such as HD videoconferencing and Blu-ray optical storage.
Sony will also be exhibiting its new LCD data projector and sophisticated IP monitoring & security solutions.
HD is really taking off as a key technology for businesses across Australia and CeBIT is the perfect event for Sony to show how Sony is at the forefront of delivering the HD future.
Sony will be providing interactive demonstrations at CeBIT that enable key decision-makers to experience the strength of its technologies first-hand, and understand the relevance to their own businesses.
Among the HD technologies Sony will showcase at CeBIT is a versatile HD videoconferencing solution together with CODIAN multi point controller (MCU).
The solution is compatible with existing networks and uses the PCS-HG90 HD codec from Sony to enable both HD and SD signals from multiple locations to be viewed during the same videoconference session.
The power of Blu-ray HD technology will be demonstrated on the Sony stand. The BWU100A Blu-ray drive featuring 50GB storage and the VGNAR38G Blu-ray VAIO notebook will be on display for businesses, while Sony’s entertainment prowess will be shown with the new playstation3 console.
Visitors to the stand will also get a taste of new third generation surveillance cameras from Sony, including the sophisticated SNC-DF50P IP dome camera that uses intelligent monitoring technology to process information in the camera head and enables flexible and easy-to-manage monitoring.
Sony will also be launching a new VPL-EX4 LCD data projector at CeBIT, which provides reliably bright and detailed images without the need for image compression.
At CeBIT Sony will also exhibit state-of-the-art flat panel LCD displays, which have been specifically developed for the business market.
These 32 and 40-inch LCD displays incorporate the same LCD panels as the market leading BRAVIA LCD televisions, to offer business users the high picture quality available, whether end use is boardroom presentations or event and venue signage.
CeBIT runs from 1-3 May at Sydney’s Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour. Visit Sony at CeBIT 2007 at Hall 5 stand W40.