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Datapath has added to its portfolio of video processing products with the introduction of the IQS4, a one-in/four-out splitter solution engineered for video wall applications.
Designed specifically for multi-output applications and LED displays, Datapath’s Image2K can seamlessly mix 4K and HD outputs, all at 60 frames per second.
This showcase of the latest generation of KVM-over-IP solutions features products that are making tech managers' lives easier and more productive with top-notch performance and flexibility.
WallControl 10 v1.12 includes a number of user-driven enhancements to improve source identification, simplify the management and re-use of assets, and provide increased control of available sources.
Following testing, Datapath's WallControl 10 plug-in for Milestone’s XProtect software is now officially verified to integrate with Milestone’s XProtect platform.
Datapath has added Steve Leyland to its board of directors. Currently, Leyland runs a consulting practice advising technology companies on growth, international expansion, and go-to-market strategy.
Datapath is launching the latest addition to its x-Series range of video processors—the new flagship Fx4-HDR— at ISE 2020.
Datapath has announced Arqa, a new KVM system designed to further enhance control and management of Datapath’s video processing hardware.
Datapath has launched Image4K, a new flagship graphics card for pro AV applications capable of powering 4K content on four displays.
Datapath has released updates to its WallControl 10 video management software, broadening control scope as well as offering mobile control over the same IP network.
How do you stand out in a city known for spectacles? The University of Las Vegas Nevada (UNLV) took a gamble on a concave LED media wall for its new Hospitality Hall—with winning results.
Alabama-based Pea River Electric Cooperative is using advanced audiovisual tools for critical monitoring in its headquarters in Ozark, AL.
Keeping it cool as resolutions increase requires much more than adding fans into chassis design. The pro AV industry needs a new paradigm.