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Explore Zio’s Powerful, Simple User Interface

Zio User Interface QuickShot video

RGB Spectrum’s Zio AV-over-IP technology delivers a complete turnkey solution for the distribution and display of video and audio over a conventional IP network.

Explore Zio’s innovative technology with a new video series called QuickShots. Each short video highlights a unique feature demonstrating the key benefits of Zio’s intuitive, easy to use Unified Management System.

These new two-minute QuickShot videos allow you to see how the Zio Networked AV platform is both simple, yet powerful. Topics range from more advanced, administrative features to the simple basics of the user interface.

Zio product page video

The QuickShot video series topics include:

QuickShot videos can be found on the Zio product pages under the Video sections.

They are also available on a single page for quick, easy access at: www.rgb.com/zio-quickshots

More Zio QuickShot videos are planned for the coming months, so check back for the latest video.

 

The Zio AV-over-IP Architecture Advantage

RGB Spectrum’s novel Zio® AV-over-IP technology offers video and audio distribution over an IP network, replacing traditional dedicated switchers. Zio endpoints attach to a 1Gig Ethernet switch, with encoders accepting computer and video signals at resolutions up to 4K, and decoders for feeding displays. The Zio system offers seamless switching over the IP network infrastructure. Both dedicated and shared networks are supported.

For moving large amounts of data, an IP infrastructure excels. However, distributed video sources and destinations create unique challenges for time-sensitive and time-ordered video streams. Zio’s transport technologies and unique peer-to-peer architecture address these problems, with exceptional user control and performance management. An AV-over-IP system with a distributed management platform avoids costly server architectures and “single point of failure” vulnerability.

A room, a building, a campus, a city, or the world – LANs, WANs, even satellite links – Zio is up to the challenge.