RGB Spectrum Adds W4000 Video Wall Processor to Zio® Video-over-IP Platform
The first full-function video wall processor fully integrated with an Enterprise-Class Video-over-IP video distribution platform
ALAMEDA, California – February 20, 2020. RGB Spectrum, a trusted supplier of audio-video solutions to government and commercial customers, announced the addition of the W4000 video wall processor to RGB Spectrum's Zio Video-over-IP platform. Video-over-IP (audio-video over internet protocol) is the next generation of video distribution, enabling real-time video distribution across packet-based networks such as the Internet, Ethernet local area networks (LANs), and IP-based wide area networks (WANs). Video-over-IP extends video distribution distances, simplifies installation and reduces cost of operations by moving from dedicated video cabling to converged IP networks.
The W4000 video wall processor fully supports both baseband video sources (HDMI, DisplayPort, SDI) and Video-over-IP video sources (H.264) to deliver the best of both worlds for in-room and enterprise-wide video distribution. The W4000 simplifies complex visualization by simultaneously displaying multiple high-quality video sources onto any size video wall with up to 64 displays.
The W4000 is the latest addition to RGB Spectrum's industry leading Zio Video-over-IP platform, a suite of hardware and software products optimized for Enterprise-Class video distribution. Enterprise-Class Video-over-IP accelerates collaboration by sharing information-rich visual displays across the enterprise and between organizations. Zio distributes video from baseband and IP sources across LANs, WANs, and to mobile devices. Integration with Zio enables the W4000 and other video sources across the enterprise to be easily managed through a common browser-based interface. The W4000 is the first full function video wall processor fully integrated with an Enterprise-Class Video-over-IP distribution platform.
"We're delighted to further expand our industry leading Zio Video-over-IP platform with the W4000 video wall processor," said Bob Marcus, CEO at RGB Spectrum. "We've worked closely with our customers to create the W4000, optimized to address both stand-alone video walls and enterprise-wide visual collaboration."
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About RGB Spectrum
A trusted supplier of audio-visual solutions to government and commercial customers since 1987, RGB Spectrum delivers reliable, easy-to-use solutions that help make better decisions, faster. RGB Spectrum pioneered the development of video processors that display multiple sources simultaneously on a single screen or display wall, in the room or across the enterprise, between organizations and around the world. Learn more at rgb.com.
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