Visualization partners with AV Stumpfl for distribution of PIXERA media servers

Helmut Protte, Global Business Development Manager of AV Stumpfl, Dale Miller, Partner of Visualization and Craig Harrower, Managing Director of AV Stumpfl UK Ltd.

UK-based technical solutions distributor, Visualization has announced a strategic distribution partnership with AV Stumpfl for the UK and Eire markets.

The collaboration between Visualization and AV Stumpfl underscores a commitment to delivering unparalleled quality and innovation within the UK market for media servers that allow real time processing, compositing, and management via an intuitive user interface.

As part of this agreement, Visualization will serve as Distributor for AV Stumpfl’s revolutionary PIXERA media server systems and its extensive range of premium-quality projection screens.

Building in the success of the VueAV Group in the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe, Visualization will look to emulate the success and market acceptance of PIXERA in the UK.

The partnership with AV Stumpfl aligns seamlessly with Visualization’s mission to provide cutting-edge solutions to its customers across the UK and beyond.

Nick Pidgeon, Managing Director of Visualization, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership. “We are thrilled to join forces with AV Stumpfl, a company renowned for its commitment to excellence and innovation in the AV industry,” he said.

“This partnership not only strengthens our product portfolio but also highlights our dedication to delivering world class solutions to our clients globally, as part of the VUEAV Group.”

AV Stumpfl UK Managing Director Craig Harrower commented: “We are looking for Visualization to build on what is already a very strong and productive relationship with the VueAV group of companies.

“The power and flexibility of the PIXERA range offers the UK market stunning imagery for both events and permanent applications, where content can be managed as a multi-display show, complete with presets and live inputs which are all synchronised for multiple 8K image sequences.”