MediaWall V Powers Collaborative LED Video Wall
World Wide Technology (WWT), a technology solution provider, opened its new Innovation Center in Washington, D.C. The center provides a collaborative environment for federal agencies to develop mission-critical information technology.
The center is equipped with the new Virtual Advanced Technology Center (ATC) room, a testing and research lab for product demonstrations, proofs of concept, building reference architectures and technology conceptualization. This lab is virtualized and accessible to customers, partners and employees around the world.
Coltrane Systems, a nationwide IBEW technology systems integrator, based in St. Louis, Missouri, designed and installed the room’s LED touchscreen video wall which is powered by RGB Spectrum’s MediaWall® V video wall processor. The MediaWall V processor was chosen for its real-time performance, exceptional 4K image quality, secure operation and custom output timings, which support LED displays’ unconventional resolutions.
The MediaWall V processor receives feeds from a Cisco video teleconferencing system, a digital media system, and multiple PC workstations. It consolidates these and displays them in windows of any size, anywhere on the large LED wall. Users can instantly switch input sources and choose from up to 60 customizable display layouts from a simple touch screen controller. Integrated signal switching eliminates the need for external switchers. MediaWall V’s advanced display capabilities include window borders and titles, on-screen clocks, freeze frame, and pan and zoom to view items of particular interest.
For secure operation, MediaWall V’s embedded architecture resists hacking and tampering, protects against intrusion by malware, and avoids the vulnerabilities that PC-based wall processor systems risk.
The MediaWall V processor provides custom output timings which support the unconventional resolutions of increasingly popular LED video wall displays.
With superior 4K image quality, 24/7 reliability, secure operation, and feature-rich capabilities, RGB Spectrum’s MediaWall V video wall processor is the ideal choice for security operations centers, control rooms, command centers, traffic management facilities, network operations centers, emergency operations centers, digital signage and lobby displays.
World Wide Technology (WWT), based in St. Louis, Missouri, is a technology solution integrator that provides digital strategy, innovative technology and supply chain solutions to large public and private organizations around the globe. For more information, call 800-432-7008 or visit wwt.com.
Coltrane Systems is an IBEW, low voltage systems contractor based in St. Louis, Missouri, with national scope, that provides access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection, audio visual and IP network communications solutions. For more information, call 314-244-3842 or visit coltranesystems.com.