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Bluestream CI Expand Into India

Custom installation HDMI distribution vendor, Bluestream, has expanded into the Indian market, showcasing at InfoComm in Mumbai, alongside several local hires.

The news follows the appointment of India-based industry veteran Jaswinder Mann in late 2018, boasting notable experience in the country’s commercial AV market.

With assistance from Melbourne-based Founder Martyn Shirley, General Manager Phil David the Bluestream UK subsidiary office, the company will exhibit at InfoComm for the first time.

Held in Mumbai from September 18 – 20, InfoComm claims to be a strong launch platform for the brand’s Indian presence, with Bluestream claiming it has been “working closely” with regional distributors.

“The response to Blustream has been amazing so far and we hope this continues as the brand establishes itself further in this important market,” afirms India Country Manager, Jaswinder Mann.

The Bluestream team will use the event to launch their next generation 4K video over IP solution, with new hardware and software plus IP200UHD extenders and ACM200 control module combination.

The new IP200UHD and ACM200 claim to both be in stock, and are shipping to distributors across the globe.

“Our latest control and configuration software includes auto detection and assignment of extenders, independent audio, RS-232 and IR routing, interactive switching using Drag and Drop TV and a host of advanced video wall configuration settings,” claims Bluestream Product Manager, Toby Leader.

“In addition, all of this can now be achieved without even touching a laptop”

“The ACM200 hosts the latest software and all the configuration settings so the system can be configured and controlled from any mobile device.”

Bluestream’s Asia Pacific office is based in VIC, and claims to be the first vendor in the custom install industry to have a fully loaded range of 4K 18Gbps HDMI distribution solutions.

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