DATAPATH’S SUPERPOWERED NEW SWITCH IN THE WILD AT INFOCOMM
Datapath, developer of video management and control technology, are to show ‘the world’s most powerful video wall processor’ and the ‘ultimate 4K capture card’ at InfoComm, Orlando.
Being seen on US soil for the first time, Datapath’s next generation VSN1192 is the most powerful video wall processor available to the market, equipped with dual Intel E5 processors to provide serious power with the proven reliability of Datapath’s VSN range.
Datapath’s VSN systems are used by governments and organisations around the globe, in industries ranging from defence and network security to utility and blue-light services. The addition of dual Intel Xeon E5 processors now gives the VSN1192 a clock speed of 2.3GHz, 8 cores, and a 20MB cache. Memory options are the highest in the Datapath range – up to 128GB.
The latest generation backplanes are designed by Datapath engineers to ensure stability and cool operating temperature, along with all the processing and connectivity required for today’s high impact control rooms.
Visitors to Datapath’s InfoComm stand will also see the company’s latest VisionSC-UHD2 capture card – the most powerful 4K card in the company’s portfolio.
Reinforcing their global reputation as a leader in video capture technology, Datapath’s Vision SC-UHD2 provides two HDMI 2.0 capture channels with HDCP 2.2 at 4K 60p and full 4:4:4 chroma sampling. This latest high-end card compliments Datapath’s successful Vision SC capture card family and offers market-leading frame grabber technology.
Datapath product manager, Mark Rogers, said: “AV integrators are demanding the highest resolution video when creating the most stunning visual displays and the new UHD2 addition to our Vision SC range is designed to meet and exceed that demand. We believe our 10-bit pipeline VisionSC-UHD2 to be the ultimate 4K capture card available to the market and we’re looking forward to showcasing it to the North American market.”
Alongside Datapath’s latest generation of video display management, visitors to their InfoComm stand will also see how Quant software integrates with video wall management. Quant allows users to instantly stream applications and data to and from video walls, as well as to other users on the same network who then have KVM capabilities to interact with the content – vital for a mission-critical operation. There will also be demonstrations of Datapath’s latest WallControl software, which is now available as a plug-in to work in tandem with leading VMS security software.
Datapath can be found at InfoComm on Stand 753.