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InFocus Debuts Jupiter Control 1000 Series Display Wall Processor

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 The What: InFocus Corporation has launched the Jupiter Control 1000 Series, a range of 4K display wall processors featuring the company’s Canvas collaborative visualization software platform.

The What Else: InFocus Jupiter Control 1000 processors can be used as a stand-alone solution driving a single video wall or integrated into a fully networked enterprise solution that is managed by the Canvas platform, enabling robust collaboration between video walls, operators, ancillary displays, and even mobile devices.

The Jupiter Control 1000 Series processors ship with Windows 10 for easy deployment within any environment and will run Windows applications directly on the processor to utilize the full pixel resolution of the video wall. Capable of ingesting video and other visual information from any IP encoded source, direct video connection, or Windows 10-ready application, the Control 1000 is a powerful controller for running graphic-intensive applications with built-in hardware redundancy.

The Bottom Line:
Suited for smaller installations, Control 1000 processors come fully pre-configured as standalone display wall processors with high-performance hardware that can decode up to eight IP streams and support up to 10 direct video connections. In addition to Windows 10, the Control 1000 also ships with the InFocus Jupiter Canvas 5.3 collaborative visualization software. The combined products offer access to a consolidated, visually precise display of business intelligence in a user’s network. The Control 1000 is the latest 4K video processor in the Jupiter product line and is capable of decoding up to five non-HDCP 4K signals. It also supports up to four non-HDCP 4K outputs on a single CPU chassis.


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