RGB Spectrum unveils next generation video distribution and display solutions at ISE 2024 in Barcelona

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RGB Spectrum, an industry leader in mission-critical video for real-time decision support, has announced its participation in the prestigious Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2024 event in Barcelona from Tuesday, January 30 to Friday, February 2. The company will showcase its latest product innovations designed to revolutionise video distribution and display at the desk, on the video wall, or for mobile deployment.

As the world becomes increasingly data-driven, the demand for advanced video processing solutions has never been greater, especially in mission-critical environments. RGB Spectrum is at the forefront of this transformation, it says. At ISE 2024, the company will unveil a range of products offering enhanced features and greater functionality.

Key Highlights of RGB Spectrum’s ISE 2024 Showcase include:

Zio Recording & Media Server

Available in various models designed to support multiple stream recording and playback simultaneously, with storage options sized to meet customer requirements. Playback options include synchronized group playback, pause playback, different speeds, jump to time, and more.

Zio 2100 Series

RGB Spectrum’s newest family of encoders, decoders, and multiviewers promise compact, affordable units that support up to 4Kp60 resolution. These units support PoE++, eliminating the need for a dedicated power cord by providing power via the Ethernet port. All units are TAA- and BAA-compliant.

QuadView IPX and SuperView IPX

The QuadView and SuperView IPX multiviewers support IP and local baseband sources. The QuadView IPX supports up to four resizable windows containing any IP or baseband content combo. The SuperView IPX supports up to four resizable IP and four resizable baseband sources.

XtendPoint Link

RGB Spectrum’s XtendPoint KVM-over-IP system is the industry leader in advanced, multi-user KVM systems, the company claims. Featuring innovative multi-viewer desktop displays, an operator can access up to eight computers over two monitors simultaneously. With the addition of the new XtendPoint Link, users can customise their workspaces to handle ever larger arrays of monitors by combining XtendPoint receivers with single mouse and keyboard controls of all controllable systems.

“RGB Spectrum’s commitment to innovation and excellence has made us a trusted partner for organisations worldwide, from government agencies and military operations to emergency response teams and corporate security,” said COO Scott Norder. “Our solutions are engineered to provide reliability, performance, and ease of use, ensuring users can focus on their mission-critical tasks without distraction.”

Attendees of ISE 2024 are encouraged to visit RGB Spectrum’s booth (#3K930) to experience these video processing solutions firsthand and discover how they can enhance their operations.

For more information, please visit www.rgb.com or visit booth #3K930 in Hall 3 at ISE 2024.

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