Datapath Looks to The Future With Next-Gen VSN Controllers

Datapath’s upgraded VSN videowall processors are customized with a range of Intel processors and memory options.

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Datapath will unveil the latest improvements to its VSN videowall processors at ISE 2023. Per the Derby, U.K.-based company, its VSN controllers’ engineering is from the ground up for maximum performance, reliability and efficiency. Thus it captures, processes and displays content on videowalls supporting a range of industries. The list comprises small corporate-meeting rooms to large critical-control rooms to prestigious installations.

The latest VSN includes support for a twelfth-generation (Alder Lake) Intel Core i9 processor, with memory options available up to 64GB (ECC and non ECC). It also includes USB 3.0 to support high transfer speeds and connectivity to the latest devices.

Each VSN has a customizable range of Intel processors and memory options. Users can also preconfigure them with Datapath Image graphics, vision capture and SQX IP decode cards for specific project requirements of any size.

Also Read: Datapath Joins SDVoE Alliance as Adopting Member

Key Upgrades

With the new 2023 models, the chassis has also undergone a redesign. As a result, it now optimizes airflow to improve heat management and reduce noise. This new design, along with a new platinum-rated redundant power supply, makes this the most efficient VSN to date, says the company. The new chassis also includes hot-swappable fans. With this, it enables uninterrupted 24/7 use and maintenance in the most critical installations.

“We are thrilled to be introducing our next-gen, flagship processors to the market,” says Matthew Tibbitt, product manager at Datapath. “ISE is an excellent window on what the future holds for the AV industry and we look forward to receiving feedback from our customers as our new VSN designs are seen for the first time.”

Per the company, the latest derivative of Datapath VSN processors are the perfect partner to its Aetria solution for the design, operation and management of video content. It will be available worldwide in the coming months, according to a statement.

Datapath will have a fully operational Aetria demo suite at the ISE booth where visitors can receive a one-to-one overview of the platform. The company will also have a multi-lingual sales team from across Europe in attendance at ISE. With this, it aims to ensure fluent conversations in a choice of language.

Datapath will also display its new SDVoE capture card at ISE for the first time. With dual 4k/60 capture capability, the VisionSC-S2 card meets the SDVoE Alliance’s parameters for minimum latency and high-quality resolution in real-time applications in verticals such as medical, oil and gas and government.

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