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RGB Spectrum Showcases Advanced Control Room and Video Processing Solutions at Mexico City Symposium

RGB Spectrum highlighted its latest video processing and networked AV solutions at a recent Technology Symposium held in Mexico City, Mexico. The symposium provided an opportunity for customers in Latin America to fully experience RGB Spectrum solutions firsthand.

RGB Spectrum showcased the new QuadView® UHDx 4K multiviewer, new features for its Galileo video wall processor, and the latest enhancements to its Zio® networked video solution.

The new QuadView UHDx 4K multiviewer displays up to four sources on a single screen. It delivers superior image quality at up to 4Kp60 resolution, customizable display windows and internal switching of input signals. You can mix and match input resolutions, scale any video input up to full screen, route any input to any window, and select analog or digital audio from any source.

QuadView UHDx display

RGB Spectrum’s new QuadView UHDx 4K multiviewer displays up to four sources on a single screen at up to 4Kp60 resolution with customizable display windows.

QuadView UHDx is an ideal solution for control rooms, security operation centers, boardrooms, lobbies, entertainment and sports venues.

RGB Spectrum also showcased the versatile Galileo video wall processor. Supporting multiple walls and individual displays, Galileo video wall processors offer unmatched flexibility of input and output possibilities. A 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 content anywhere in the world from the display wall processor.

The company demonstrated Zio AV/IP, a complete solution for the transmission and display of networked video. The Zio product line provides a comprehensive solution, including encoders, decoders, multiviewers, wall processors, operator stations and apps for smart displays, and mobile devices.

A new Zio app for mobile devices connects remote forces. 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.

Zio enterprise-wide functionality includes the ability to bridge LANs and WANs. The breadth of Zio offerings plus integration with third-party hardware delivers a complete networked video solution from a single vendor.

The next stop in RGB Spectrum’s global symposium tour is Tokyo, Japan on June 25 – 26. For more information or to register, visit rgb.com/events.

RGB Spectrum provides innovative solutions for processing, distribution, and display of video and AV over IP data. 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 networked AV over IP, video wall processors, multiviewers, matrix switchers, codecs, extenders, and integrated solutions for control room management.