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JPro opens the door for Key Digital in NZ

JPro opens the door for Key Digital in NZ

JPro opens the door for Key Digital in NZ

New Zealand:

Key Digital, a manufacturer of distributed video and control systems equipment for professional applications, has appointed JPro as its distributor in New Zealand.

‘It was essential for us to partner with a company that manufactures reliable, superior quality digital signal products where high-end video is required,’ explained JPro director, Bruce Gray. ‘Key Digital meets and exceeds this by designing and manufacturing superior quality, leading-edge solutions. We are quite excited to partner with Key Digital and represent their outstanding line of products in the New Zealand market.’

Key Digital was founded by Mike Tsinberg, who led the team that developed the DVD. He is a fellow of SMPTE (the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers) and has earned more than 40 patents for his inventions. It was Mr Tsinberg’s credentials in digital video that, in part, led JPro to partner with Key Digital, as well as the quality and reliability of the manufacturer’s products.

‘We have confidence that this partnership will provide added value and open up new business opportunities for us and for our customers,’ added JPro’s sales director, Paul Edlin. ‘Key Digital makes life easy for AV integrators by designing and providing industry-leading digital video solutions and enterprise AV over IP. JPro understands the importance of education and training for integrator success and as such we will provide ongoing training, including the Key Digital control solutions certification.’



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