RGB Spectrum’s Zio® system delivers an AV over IP solution with an interface that users love. Our new award-winning AV over IP solution features a GUI designed with convenience in mind.
Gray Television, Inc. recently completed an AV project in the reception lobby of its corporate headquarters that features a video wall utilizing RGB Spectrum’s Galileo Display Processor.
We hope you had the opportunity to see our latest products in action in our Security Operations Center (SOC) at ASIS 2016, the security profession’s premier education and networking event.
RGB Spectrum’s Zio® system offers the IT administrator a complete set of tools for a truly hassle-free transition to networked AV. Our new award-winning solution delivers a peer-to-peer architecture, automatic device discovery, group device control, and bandwidth management to give administrators the power they need to set up quickly and keep operations running smoothly.
GE Capital recently completed an upgrade to its executive boardroom in Norwalk, CT. Its executive boardroom is primarily used by senior executives for telepresence, videoconferencing, audioconferencing, and presentations. The recent upgrade included replacement of a rear projection system with a 3x4 video wall array...
RGB Spectrum’s Galileo Display Processor is the focal point inside an architectural marvel at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Georgia Power opened a state-of-the-art Social Media Center to meet the increasing demand for enhanced customer service and communication.
A newly updated and expanded conference room at Fort Hood features three RGB Spectrum QuadView®UHD multiviewers. The room is used daily for program status updates and briefings by military personnel ranging in rank from core staff to commanding general.
RGB Spectrum's new Zio® networked AV technology platform was recently launched to a record-breaking crowd at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas.
RGB Spectrum has taken its CAT-Linx™ HDBaseT extenders to the next level with the introduction of new CAT-Linx 2 TX and RX models. These distribute uncompressed 4K / UHD @60Hz video, audio, power, RS232, and two-way IR up to 100m/330ft over a single Cat 6 cable.
RGB Spectrum solutions are a vital part of the new 1,050 square foot Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and 9-1-1 Communications Center housed in Moore, Oklahoma's Public Safety Center, which is located in the heart of “Tornado Alley.”
The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is the Department of Defense's next generation strike aircraft weapon system for the Navy, Air Force, Marines, and US allies. The fifth generation fighter brings cutting-edge technologies to the battlespace of the future.
On April 21, 2016 RGB Spectrum hosted a group of high school students enrolled in the Joseph A. Forgione Development School for Youth for high-tech focused career workshops at its corporate headquarters in Alameda.
Statoil is the largest operator of oil and gas fields on the Norwegian continental shelf. Operating more than 50 fields on the shelf is no small feat; 24/7 reliability, safety, and stability are of critical concern.
RGB Spectrum, a leading designer and manufacturer of video and decision support solutions for industrial, medical, government, and military applications, kicked off its 2016 road show in Mexico City on March 17. The exclusive event included meetings with the company’s chief executive officer, Bob Marcus, and other key executives.
RGB Spectrum’s SuperView™ 4K multiviewer was chosen to make the Vision Center’s accomplishments shine. Prominently located among the exhibits, the SuperView™ 4K feeds the stunning Planar 85” 4K display.
RGB Spectrum introduces MultiPoint Express, its newest MultiPoint® Control Room Management System, proving good things come in small packages.
U.S. and allied naval forces continue to expand deployment of the most effective naval defense technology devised, the Phalanx SeaRAM Close-In Weapon System (CIWS).
On TV, Security Operations Centers (SOCs) look impressive, like in CBS’s popular crime series, NCIS. In practice, SOCs are often a mishmash of legacy systems. As security needs evolve, the ability to cost-effectively leverage existing systems while integrating newer ones is a challenge, especially in today’s world of shrinking budgets.