Another Win for Galileo: Security Products’ New Product of the Year
RGB Spectrum’s Galileo Display Processor has won Security Products Magazine's New Product of the Year Award. The award for best new video management system was presented to RGB Spectrum at ASIS International 2014. Security Products Magazine is the leading resource for product information in the security market. The magazine ior s distributed to over 65,000 subscribers monthly, and its partner website, Security-Today.com, is visited by thousands of security professionals every week.
For the past six years, Security Products’ New Product of the Year Awards have honored manufacturers with the most outstanding product introductions geared towards the specific needs of the security market. Security Products Magazine chose their 2014 winners from more than 100 entries. “This year was by far the most exciting New Products competition we’ve ever had,” observed Ralph C. Jensen, editor-in-chief of Security Products Magazine. “Technology still reigns as the order of the day in the security industry. There are many compelling new products available in the security world, and I look forward to showcasing these new technologies.”
RGB Spectrum’s innovative new Galileo Display Processor is a powerful and performance oriented video wall system which incorporates high-performance PC computing. Galileo’s PC server capabilities support advanced application processing, such as decoding and displaying of IP video streams, or the ability to run validated application clients directly on the wall processor, with a hardware acceleration engine that ensures real-time performance and superb image quality.
The Galileo processor enables integrated control of multiple security systems, including VMS, alarm, mass notification, call box, building automation, and access control, without requiring custom software or complex integration. Client systems simply connect to the Galileo processor using HDMI or DVI video signaling. Optional remote desktop capabilities, with multicast functionality, allow operators to monitor and control these client systems, or other servers, located in other rooms, buildings or campuses. With an open architecture that is hardware and software agnostic, the Galileo processor is ideal for a range of security applications.
"RGB Spectrum is proud to have been recognized by the security industry for our product engineering," remarked Bob Marcus, President and CEO of RGB Spectrum. "Our Galileo display processor is ideal for even the most demanding control room applications. With the ability to display a range of inputs and applications on up to 56 displays, the Galileo processor provides security personnel with an enhanced level of situational awareness. Its advanced security features help ensure the integrity of all system resources.”
RGB Spectrum will exhibit a virtual demonstration of the Galileo Display Processor, along with its powerful Enterprise MCMS control room management system, at ASIS International 2014, booth number 3365. To learn more about RGB Spectrum’s solutions and to access the latest company news, please visit us at http://www.rgb.com.
About RGB Spectrum
RGB Spectrum provides innovative solutions for the display, recording, and transmission of computer and video signals. Since its founding in 1987, RGB Spectrum has established itself as a leading designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge video/graphics processors and decision support systems. Company offerings include multiviewers, video wall processors, matrix switchers, codecs, recorders, and integrated solutions for control room management. RGB Spectrum's products are preferred by major global organizations in industrial, security, medical, educational, commercial and military markets. RGB Spectrum is a privately held company based in Alameda, California. For more information about our products, please call 510-814-7000 or visit us online at http://www.rgb.com.