Barix AG recently passed a milestone with over 100,000 devices sold.
Barixpassed the 100,000 device mark for sales as part of a highly successful 2010 that also saw major project wins and double-digit growth. "2010 was a huge success for Barix," said Johannes G. Rietschel, CEO and founder of Barix AG. "We passed a major sales milestone and experienced a substantial revenue increase. Barix contributed more than 1,200 devices to the largest Audio over IP project for live sound ever at a sports event in India, while securing key customer wins in security, transportation, healthcare and other markets."
Barix supplied the 1,200-plus AoIP devices for the Commonwealth Games in India last summer, handling IP contribution from all the venues to the control room; and distribution to a large number of broadcast studios.
At InfoComm 2011, the company introduced three recent products to North American systems integrators and end users: Exstreamer P5, the "IP Speaker without the Speaker," an amplified IP decoder with Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability that can turn nearly any 8-ohm speaker into an IP speaker; Annuncicom 155, a ruggedized IP intercom and announcement device built to the EN50155 transportation standard for survival in harsh environments; and IPAM 100 Industrial, a hardened, coated version of the core technology module from Barix, allowing OEM customers to build Audio over IP and IP Intercom devices for use in harsh, challenging environmental conditions.