RGB Spectrum is an Alameda, Calif.-based company that designs and manufactures state-of-the-art audio/video products for the corporate, military, medical, government and education industries.
Recently the company announced its latest video wall solution: the new Galileo Display Processor, an IP-based product that is built around a PC architecture, according to the company.
RGB points out that the processor’s combination of IP inputs as well as its reliability in running applications natively support its use in a variety of mission-critical environments.
Wide-Ranging Video Types Served
The versatility of the Galileo Display Processor is highlighted by its range of analog and digital inputs and outputs, which include IP, analog, DVI/HDMI, 3G/HD-SDI, with support of 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) resolution.
The unit can also distribute HDCP-protected content to as many as 56 displays, and through its proprietary driver, the Galileo is capable of delivering quality video images without the fear of dropped frames.
In addition, the Galileo supports H.264 IP decoding for motion video, and its VDA remote desktop technology with integrated KVM over IP provides users with low latency control capabilities via a LAN or WAN.
Installer-Friendly Configuration Options
RGB Spectrum adds that the processor’s advanced GUI facilitates fast setup and installation, with options such as “drag-and-drop” inputs and applications that include VMS, SCADA and video conferencing.
The California company says electronics integration professionals can utilize the Galileo Display Processors in installation environments such as boardrooms, video walls, command centers, control rooms and corporate lobby displays.
Features and Specs:
- IP-enabled PC processor with real-time throughput with as many as 56 inputs and 56 displays
- Unlimited number of windows for graphics and/or video
- Edge blending and bezel compensation
- Resolution capabilities up to 3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD)
- IP camera/video support
- Complete HDCP support
- Scripting interface for control
- Intel Quad Core i7 or Dual Intel 8 Core Xeon E5
- 500GB solid state drive (SSD)
Watch RGB Spectrum’s John Henkel discusses the Galileo Display Processor at InfoComm 2014: