ALAMEDA, Calif. – RGB Spectrum Inc. in Alameda, Calif., is introducing the Zio 4000 video wall processor with advanced networking capabilities to enable complex visualization and enhanced situational awareness. The Zio 4000 is available as a stand-alone video wall or integrated with the RGB Spectrum AV-over-IP distribution platform.
The Zio 4000 large display processor simultaneously displays several video sources onto any size video wall or across several walls, with various size models supporting from two to 128 displays.
As an open-systems platform, users can select streams from non-proprietary video sources like cameras, computers, video teleconferencing systems, and media players. The processor scales the sizes of display windows to as large as the full wall or as small as a thumbnail.
For interoperability, the Zio 4000 supports baseband video sources like HDMI, DisplayPort, and SDI, as well as industry-standard AV-over-IP video sources like H.264 -- including third=party streaming devices.
The Zio 4000 offers an intuitive user-interface with thumbnail views of available inputs, customized presets, and drag and drop control. The browser-based interface eliminates the need for additional software or constant maintenance.
For more information contact RGB Spectrum online at www.rgb.com.