InfoComm and Adder share 'Firsts' - And both are winners when a Virtual Event meets Virtualized Product!

InfoComm and Adder share 'Firsts' - And both are winners when a Virtual Event meets Virtualized Product!

The ADDERLink™ INFINITY 3000 (ALIF3000) has won the Best of Show InfoComm Special Edition Awards 2020, presented by AV Technology, recognizing outstanding achievement in product innovation at InfoComm Show’s very first ‘virtual event’.

According to AV Technology, the select group of products represents the tide of innovation on display at the show, which features thousands of new solutions from hundreds of exhibiting manufactures.

Winners are chosen based on the expert analysis of a panel of AV-industry experts who evaluate each nominated product against multiple criteria including innovation; business and operational benefits; technical excellence and value/ROI.

According to the InfoComm award announcement “The strength of this year’s field is a salient barometer of the health of our industry. Amid all the uncertainty in today’s world, one only need look at these shining examples of engineering for reassurance.”

Neil Hillier, SVP of global sales and marketing, at Adder says, “We are thrilled that leading experts in the AV industry have recognized the value of the ALIF3000 and its ability to deliver real-time access to unlimited physical and virtual machines. Innovation is at the heart of what we do so it is a huge privilege to win an award recognizing technical excellence.”

On the back of the multi-award winning ADDERLink INFINITY 4000, the latest addition to the ADDERLink INFINITY range is already receiving awards of its own. The newly launched ALIF3000 solution allows operators to take control of unlimited sources, whether they sit in a virtualized or physical environment, from a single user workstation. 

Experience the ADDERLink™ INFINITY 3000 Series at InfoComm Connected 2020 or find out more at



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