Monday, January 12, 2015

RGB Spectrum’s New Galileo Display Processor: A Breakthrough in PC Walls

New processor combines benefits of PC-based system and native-run application 

Alameda, CA. RGB Spectrum’s,, innovative new IP-enabled Galileo Display Processor is a powerful and economical video wall system designed around a PC-based architecture. The processor combines the benefits of PC-based systems, such as IP inputs and the ability to run applications natively on the processor, with the 24/7 level of reliability and real-time performance of all of RGB Spectrum’s solutions.

Galileo by RGB

The Galileo system supports a full range of input and output types (IP, analog, DVI/HDMI, 3G/HD-SDI) with resolutions up to 3840x2160 (4K). Inputs can be displayed in an unlimited number of windows located anywhere on the video wall. The Galileo processor can also deliver HDCP protected content to up to 56 displays, while other PC systems either do not support HDCP at all or impose severe limitations on wall size.

The Galileo system is easy to set-up and control. An advanced GUI allows users to “drag and drop” inputs and applications, such as VMS, SCADA and videoconferencing, to the video wall. A convenient tablet interface is also available. In addition, an API allows operators to monitor remote alarms and create advanced scripts to recall layouts and control third-party equipment.

The Galileo processor is ideal for a range of applications including mission-critical operations/command centers and control rooms, as well as boardroom video walls, corporate lobby displays, and large-scale digital signage. Combining enhanced reliability with the flexibility of a PC system, the new IP-enabled Galileo display processor is a PC wall done right.

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