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multiviewers situational awareness integrated display

by Kyle Meranda
multiviewers situational awareness integrated display

ALAMEDA, Calif. – RGB Spectrum in Alameda, Calif., is introducing an enhanced model of the corporate’s Zio AV-over-IP multi-window picture and laptop graphics viewer for consolidating various knowledge sources onto one display screen to spice up situational awareness and enhance workflow.

The improve Zio AV-over-IP system has two multiviewers, the QuadView IPX and the SuperViewIPX. The Zio AV-over-IP affords real-time bandwidth-efficient low latency distribution throughout packet-based networks like native space networks (LANs) wide-area networks (WANs), digital non-public networks (VPNs), and cell phone networks.

The enterprise-level Zio AV-over-IP system is predicated on industry-standard H.264/H.265 compression, and is appropriate with third-party IP gear in addition to RGB’s personal networked video home equipment.

Zio has offers integrated display on gadgets starting from single-view screens, to multiviewers, to video partitions. Whether or not inside one room, all through campus, or internationally, the system options built-in sign distribution and show that blends good telephones, multiviewers, and video partitions. The objective: Any video, over any community, to any system.

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The IPX collection multiviewers show a mix of native baseband and distant IP video, with entry over HDMI and LAN/WAN connections. The IPX multiviewers are appropriate with different Zio elements like encoders and recorder/media servers, and may be addressed with a standard graphic consumer interface (GUI).

The QuadView IPX permits customers to show as many as 4 HDMI or IP video indicators in customizable layouts on a desk- or wall-mounted display screen. The SuperView IPX affords related capabilities, with as many as eight video indicators.

Further options embody 4K 60 Hz enter and output resolutions, versatile picture resizing and placement choices, customizable show layouts and presets, 4 HDMI 2.0 I/O ports, H.264 and H.265 decoding and show, an embedded structure for heightened safety, and management choices like browser-based GUI, Telnet, and RS-232.

For extra data contact RGB Spectrum on-line at www.rgb.com/products/multiviewers.

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