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RGB Spectrum Showcases Advanced Control Room and Networked AV Solutions at Tokyo Symposium

RGB Spectrum control room with networked AV

RGB Spectrum highlighted its latest video processing and networked AV solutions at a recent Technology Symposium held in Tokyo, Japan, co-hosted with technology providers, Hytek and Cybernetech. The symposium provided an opportunity for customers in Japan to experience RGB Spectrum solutions first hand. RGB Spectrum showcased the MediaWall® V and Galileo 4K video wall processors and the latest enhancements to its Zio® Networked AV solution.

The MediaWall V processor offers real-time display with no dropped frames or tearing. Its embedded architecture resists hacking and tampering and protects against intrusion by malware, avoiding the vulnerabilities that PC-based wall processor systems risk. The processor’s custom output capability supports increasingly popular LED displays which have unconventional resolutions.

MediaWall V’s innovative Multipoint Control Room Management system is designed for collaborative work environments. It allows multiple operators to share arbitrated keyboard/mouse (KVM) control of both signal sources and the video wall processor itself. MultiPoint provides operators with a highly-graphical control interface that is intuitive and streamlined. Offering live thumbnails and drag-and-drop capabilities, the user interface makes it easy for operators to monitor and control all system components.

RGB Spectrum demonstrated the Galileo processor’s new 4K input and output capability for video walls up to 56 screens. Additionally, its new “wall mimic” feature lets users encode the entire video wall or any portion of it and transmit it as an IP stream to be viewed by one or more recipients on the network. This unique capability permits operators to push video wall content out to anywhere in the world.

With superior 4K image quality, 24/7 reliability and feature-rich capabilities, RGB Spectrum’s MediaWall V and Galileo video wall processors are the ideal choice for security operations centers, control rooms, command centers, traffic management facilities, network operations centers, digital signage, emergency operations centers, digital signage and lobby displays.

The company also featured its Zio Networked AV technology for enterprise-wide transmission and display of networked video, bridging LANs and WANs. The Zio product line is a complete solution, including encoders, decoders, multiviewers, wall processors, operator stations and apps for smart displays and mobile devices.

The new Zio Networked AV Mobile App connects remote facilities and personnel. The system automatically discovers remote users, allowing them to select and view available Zio streams. In addition, system operators can "push" content out to remote users, who receive a standard mobile OS notification.

The breadth of Zio offerings plus integration with third-party hardware delivers a complete networked video solution from a single vendor.

Hytek International is a technology solutions provider, based in Tokyo, Japan, specializing in networking and video transmission, security systems, wireless communications, audio visual products, and mobile video transmission devices. For more information, visit www.hytec.co.jp.

Cybernetch Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a distributor of data storage, KVM, AV over IP networking, fiber channel and optical transmission solutions. For more information, visit www.cybernetech.co.jp.