The new training center and corporate headquarters for the NBA’s Detroit Pistons, the Performance Center, boasts a state-of-the-art security operations center (SOC) to assure 24/7 safety and security.
RGB Spectrum’s award-winning XtendPoint™ KVM-over-IP system provides distributed workflow for remote systems, across a room, a campus or even a far-flung enterprise.
In response to the pandemic, Harvard Business School (HBS) needed to provide a learning experience to accommodate both remote and in-classroom students.
The goal of control room audio-visual systems is to provide improved situational awareness, better decision-making and faster response. Real-time analysis and control is critical for decision making.
RGB Spectrum has teamed up with FSN Medical Technologies to deliver leading-edge video solutions to the medical market. FSN Medical Technologies is a premier manufacturer of medical video signal management, distribution and display.
In the highly competitive automotive industry, a positive experience at an auto dealership can bring big dividends in customer loyalty and prospective purchases.
The global pandemic continues to upend pedagogical delivery around the world. As educational institutions commence classes, lessons learned from the move to virtual education earlier in the pandemic are rapidly being deployed globally at all levels of learning.
Frost Brown Todd, a regional law firm with offices based in Kentucky, recently unveiled a new video wall in its Louisville office conference room powered by RGB Spectrum's MediaWall 1900 processor.
XtendPoint™ KVM-over-IP allows operators to connect and control remote systems across a room or worldwide enterprise. Leveraging a standard 1 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) network, it delivers a scalable KVM matrix switching solution connecting multiple users with controllable systems...
Tampa International Airport enlisted the services of AVI-SPL, a global digital workplace services provider headquartered in Tampa, Florida, to design and integrate new public signage throughout the airport's terminals and parking areas.
RGB Spectrum offers an extensive line of video wall processors to meet any project need. The company is pleased to announce it is expanding its industry-leading lines into a new level of larger-scale video walls.
RGB Spectrum has expanded its line of multi-channel recording and streaming systems with the new Zio® Media Server.
RGB Spectrum’s advanced DGy™ recording and streaming system is used in the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Full Mission Simulator (FMS) to train individual pilots and whole squadrons. With increasing production of the F-35 aircraft, RGB Spectrum is ramping up DGy deliveries to meet the rapidly growing needs for pilot training.
RGB Spectrum showcased its latest advances in video processing and networked AV solutions at the recent AFCEA WEST conference. AFCEA WEST, held in San Diego, California, is the premier U.S. Navy event focused on operations in the Asia-Pacific region.
A leading business directory service headquartered in San Francisco, California is experiencing significant employee expansion. This growth is requiring the company to devise ways to improve enterprise-wide communications and productivity.
RGB Spectrum highlighted its latest video processing and AV-over-IP solutions at the 2020 ISE trade show in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
RGB Spectrum announces the new Zio W4000 video wall processor series. It is the first general purpose, full-function video wall processor completely integrated with an AV-over-IP platform.
RGB Spectrum has been awarded a follow-on contract from Raytheon Corporation for the Phalanx Close-In-Weapon-System (CIWS) program...
One of the world’s tallest buildings is a vast vertical city within itself, and its scale and complexity require the most sophisticated facilities management.
Introducing RGB Spectrum’s new QuadView UHDx KVM which combines a high-performance 4Kp60 multi-image video processor with remote keyboard/mouse control. The unit displays and controls up to four computer screens at a time on a single 4Kp60 monitor...