Black Box InfoComm 2022 Preview - LAVNCH [CODE]

Black Box InfoComm 2022 Preview

Black Box, exhibiting at InfoComm 2022 in Booth W1338, will showcase products that enable flexible AV everywhere.

Black Box Radian Flex

Black Box Radian Flex is a fully software-based video wall processing platform that the company says delivers future-proof flexibility and scalability.

“At InfoComm 2022 Black Box will highlight products and solutions enabling AV everywhere with a focus on delivering and displaying high-quality media,” said Eric Farkas, AV product manager at Black Box. “We will feature AV-over-IP matrix switching and distribution as well as high-performance video wall technology, digital signage, room scheduling, and control systems.”

One highlight at the company’s InfoComm 2022 booth will be Black Box Radian Flex, a fully software-based video wall processing platform that delivers future-proof flexibility and scalability for digital signage, corporate, education and mission-critical visualization applications. The intuitive software from Black Box makes it easy to display high-quality content from multiple sources across multiscreen display walls in any imaginable configuration, according to the company. Users can add, move, resize, and change content on the Radian Flex interface, and those changes are reflected in real time on the target video wall, distributed visualization system, or other display devices. Radian Flex supports an unlimited number of inputs, screens, and endpoints. Integrated SmartFrame technology ensures perfect picture quality and automates optimal placement of content on screen with minimal setup. The platform’s video engine supports 4K 60fps video up to a resolution of more than 1 billion pixels, paving the way for 8K resolution and beyond.

To see Radian Flex and more products at InfoComm 2022, visit Black Box in Booth W1338.

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