RGB Spectrum Unveils New Demo Facility
RGB Spectrum, the leader in video processing technology, recently unveiled an expanded demo facility at its San Francisco Bay Area headquarters. The demo center displays a range of solutions that leverage RGB Spectrum's more than 30 years of expertise. Central to the demo room expansion is the integration of the new QuadView® KVM controller with the award-winning Galileo display processor and Zio Networked AV. The combination of these systems presents a unique solution to the problems of flexibility, scalability, and quick access to connected computer systems.
“I'm delighted to have such an outstanding facility to show our integration partners and end users firsthand how we can solve their problems,” crowed Kevin Bowyer, RGB Spectrum's VP of Sales.
RGB Spectrum's QuadView KVM product combines a high-performance, multi-image video processor with remote keyboard/mouse control of connected computers. It is designed for displaying and controlling up to seven computers.
The flexible Galileo display processor enables video walls with analog, digital, and IP-based sources displayed anywhere, even on multiple video walls. A new encoding option for the Galileo system allows any content to be encoded as an IP stream for transmission across the network. Operators can push content to any endpoint, anywhere in the world.
RGB Spectrum's Zio Networked AV technology provides a full set of components to configure an AV/IP solution, including encoders, decoders, multiviewers, video wall processors, and decoder apps for smart displays and mobile devices, as well as third-party device interoperability bridging both LANs and WANs.
Together, these systems represent a new paradigm in flexibility by combining interoperable systems. This flexibility as well as RGB Spectrum's 24/7 reliability provide the confidence required for today's control rooms, operation centers, and other mission-critical venues.
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