07.14.2006 12:00 AM
Nvision Selects Joseph Electronics for CR Series
Nvision, a leading provider of high reliability routing systems used in TV broadcast and post production, has expanded its U.S. sales distribution channel with the addition of Joseph Electronics as a stocking distributor for its CR Series of compact routers.

Headquartered in Niles, Ill, Joseph Electronics has served as the primary supplier for broadcast projects including National Mobile Television's state-of-the-art DT4 HDTV truck for ABC's Monday Night Football, HDTV wiring upgrade of U.S. Cellular Field, CNN's new Manhattan Studios, and the 2004 Olympics.

Launched at NAB2006, the CR Series offers HD, SD, and AES formats in self-contained units, each with a chassis depth of less than two inches, including rear-panel connectors. The CR Series is compatible with NV9000 control system for integration into large routing systems. Nvision's CR Series of compact routers is shipping now.

"Joseph Electronics has the expertise to reach out to the vast number of broadcasters who need affordable high performance routers and related products," said Chuck Meyer, president and CEO of Nvision. "We couldn't ask for a better sales partner."


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