P.J. Clarke's is the self-proclaimed "Vatican of Saloons" because of its 125-year old history. The bar has locations in New York, Washington, D.C., and Sao Paolo, Brazil. Its latest saloon in Las Vegas boasts the majestic "Phoenix" bar, acquired from the Rothschild estate in Bordeaux, France.
Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) is a United States Army missile defense system that uses a hit-to kill approach to destroy in-flight short, medium, and intermediate ballistic missiles.
Keeping up with higher and higher output resolutions can be daunting for even the most sophisticated video wall and multiviewer users. RGB Spectrum stays on top of the market for you, so you can easily deliver the best technology available.
Combining superb image quality, simple integration, and a rich IP feature set, the new RGB Spectrum multi-stream codec processor, the DSx™ 264MW, is the ideal peripheral to deliver IP graphics and video to a video wall display processor.
The University of Kentucky Health Care Center's immense new "Celebrate Kentucky" multimedia wall offers patients and employees an ever-changing, complex snapshot that amplifies the center's care for spiritual and emotional well-being beyond physical health.
The Tri-County Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) was founded, like many other Rural Electrification cooperatives, in 1940. The cooperative served rural North Carolina farms and homes with 304 miles of line.
Linx CrossXFormat switchers allow connection of both analog and digital sources to the same DVI-I input channel. This capability can be exploited by linking one of each source type to the switcher, with one or the other active at any time.
Responsible for a population of 230,000 within a metro area of 800,000, Baton Rouge's municipal executives deal with a wide range of potential or actual crises, from floods and tornadoes to civil disturbances.
RGB Spectrum's state-of-the-art DGy™ codecs offer a simple, affordable way to perform editing in JPEG2000 MJ2 file formats that are not supported by conventional editing tools.
RGB Spectrum is making it easy for you or your customers to have hands-on experience with our powerful control room management system, Enterprise MCMS™.
For much of the history of modern spiritual worship in the United States, the "Word" was the message. In our world of dynamic multi-media presentation, the spiritual community is looking to finely tuned visual support to add impact to the spiritual message.
FCCI is an insurance group serving markets in the southeast and midwest United States. Founded in 1959 and headquartered in Sarasota, FL, the company now has over 600 employees.
RGB Spectrum continues to experience strong growth worldwide. To support this growth the company is making an investment to expand its facilities in China.
RGB Spectrum introduces the new DSx™ 100 and 200 graphics and video servers, fully integrated systems for centralized recording, storage, management, and distribution of H.264 graphics and video. They are part of RGB Spectrum's line of H.264 codecs supporting resolutions up to 1920 x 1080.
Exelon is one of the world's largest power producers in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Texas. Wind power alone contributes over 735 mega-watts of clean energy to its customers. What does it take to manage 37 wind power generation projects in eight mid-western states?
RGB Spectrum continues to experience strong growth worldwide. To support this growth RGB Spectrum is making a significant investment to expand its facilities in Europe.
World-class hotels are constantly looking for ways to attract travelers to their lobbies. The challenge lies in presenting an experience that causes heads to turn. Tech savvy travelers are looking for not only interesting content but also compelling display technology.
For those who need analog video sources routed to Linx™ switchers and MediaWall® display processors, RGB Spectrum offers the VIA-100 SD Video-to-HDMI converter.
RGB Spectrum's MultiPoint KvM™ System received the Commercial Integrator BEST award for large-scale control systems. The award was announced at InfoComm 2011, held June 15-17 in Orlando, Florida.