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Xyte Unveils Enhancements to Xyte Connect, Revolutionizing Device Management with a Unified Platform for Everyone

Mountain View, California – May 29, 2024 – Xyte, developer of the first all-in-one cloud platform for hardware manufacturers, today announced the latest iteration of Xyte Connect, empowering end users to monitor diverse device fleets through a single unified interface. At InfoComm 2024, Xyte will showcase new feature sets adopted by several industry-leading brands, allowing these manufacturers and their partners to collaborate seamlessly on a unified, cloud-based platform.

Xyte Connect was designed to simplify support for manufacturers in device configuration, setup, management, and even software and firmware updates. With this recent update, Xyte Connect now empowers AV and IT teams to support their AV and UC systems in a single pane of glass. Since the beginning of 2024, leading AV manufacturers, including Avocor, Planar, Bluesound Professional, Legrand, Symetrix, Wyrestorm, and others, have already harnessed Xyte Connect to optimize services, offer faster support for end users through ticket escalation and customized product catalogs, to eventually move to an AVaaS model.

As of today, Xyte Connect enables those same users to oversee devices from multiple Xyte Device Cloud (XDC) partners, all through a single platform UI. Users can monitor device status, performance metrics, and real-time alerts, enabling proactive management and troubleshooting.

“Our enterprise customers often manage networks of devices produced by numerous separate value chains. This creates a serious challenge for IT teams. They don’t want to hop between several different platforms in order to manage their assets,” said Zec Voislav, Product Director at WyreStorm. “Xyte Connect now provides an avenue through which we can solve this pain point. This is a solution that many of our customers have been asking for.”

“Audiovisual cloud monitoring represents the eyes and ears of the digital era,” says John Hoyt, Director of Multimedia Engineering at BlackRock, “It automatically transforms raw data into symphonies of insights, orchestrating a harmonious future for today’s innovation.” 

“Xyte Connect is more than just a feature. In enabling entire value chains to access fully-scalable cloud infrastructure with the highest levels of enterprise-grade privacy and security, Xyte Connect is a foundational component of XDC,” said Omer Brookstein, CEO and co-founder of Xyte. “By providing end users with unprecedented convenience and security in managing large numbers of devices from different vendors, this new iteration raises the bar in terms of the added value that OEMs can offer their value chains.”

Visit Xyte in booth C8263 at InfoComm 2024 from June 12–14, 2024, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. 

About Xyte

Xyte Device Cloud (XDC) is the first all-in-one servitization platform purpose-built for device and hardware manufacturers. It enables OEMs across different industries to cloudify, service, support, and commercialize their connected devices in one place, transforming them into integrated business solutions that combine hardware, software, and services. With XDC, device and hardware manufacturers can manage the complete lifecycle of their connected devices – from the minute they leave the warehouse to the moment they reach customers and through aftermarket sales. Our out-of-the-box applications for asset management, remote support, ecommerce & subscription management, and financing help OEMs gain market share, implement new business models, optimize operational efficiencies, and develop sustainable customer relationships.

Xyte Unveils Enhancements to Xyte Connect, Revolutionizing Device Management with a Unified Platform for Everyone
May 31, 2024

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