A big push at this year's InfoComm seemed to be products designed for and around digital visual interface (DVI), which maximizes the quality of digital displays, and high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI), which is an audio/visual connector interface. HDMI connects digital AV sources such as personal computers and video-game consoles to compatible digital audio devices and video monitors.

Avocent introduced a new line of extenders that wirelessly distribute high-definition DVI and HDMI content from one source to multiple destinations. The company's MPX1500T transmitter has a universal media port, so it supports both digital and analog video signals.

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