VuWall to Bring Modular and Interoperable AVoIP Solutions to InfoComm 2022
At InfoComm 2022, VuWall says it will present comprehensive and modular AVoIP video solutions that are easy to install, deploy, and manage. In Booth N1569, the company will demonstrate version 3.2 updates to its TRx video wall management software—including the new plug-in for Genetec Security Center and improved interface reactivity and performance—as well as its PAK Video Wall Node and Application Server.
“The flood of data in control centers is increasing dramatically,” said Mark Schmidt, chief technology officer of VuWall. “Integrators are tasked with deploying network-based solutions that allow all this information to not only be managed easily by the operator but also addressed in seconds. At InfoComm, attendees will see our latest solutions for quickly building an infinitely scalable and interoperable system that allows users to instantly manage any and all feeds with zero errors.”
VuWall TRx Version 3.2 at InfoComm 2022
VuWall’s latest TRx version 3.2—already built on an open, interoperable architecture—continues to bring even more value to its design, according to the company. With all AV equipment installed on the same network, organizations expect to be able to grow their pool of equipment as their needs evolve. Adding video walls or information displays without having to replace their existing devices is a common example. End users also expect to be able to use products from different brands with different capabilities in the same environment with seamless compatibility. Most of all, they expect to have a central control system that can easily follow the evolution of their AV infrastructure without having to reprogram existing settings every time they add new equipment. TRx 3.2 already supports all standard protocols and is compatible with many third-party solutions that include all SDVoE devices, IHSE, Adder, Genetec, Milestone, and NDI-compatible devices.
In addition to third-party interoperability, TRx version 3.2 boasts improved UI reactivity and performance that enable it to handle thousands of devices and perform multiple tasks simultaneously without slowing down.
In addition, VuWall’s TRx centralized management software is now officially certified by the Genetec Development Acceleration Program to run with Genetec Security Center 5.10.
PAK at InfoComm 2022
Now shipping, PAK is a networked, multi-decode node that can operate as a stand-alone device or can be stitched with other PAK nodes to build an IP-based video wall that is infinitely scalable. With the cost-effective and compact appliance, integrators can simplify video wall deployments by reducing the number of connections and eliminating a single point of failure—reducing project risk and offering improved reliability. It features four HDp60 outputs or one 4Kp60 output and multi-format decoding of up to 32 HD streams per device, including H.264, NDI and remote desktops or virtualized browsers using VNC. It is easy to set up and configure and can be managed through TRx. Its eco-friendly design boasts low power consumption and a compact form factor that is small enough to be mounted behind monitors, saving rack space and reducing extended video cable runs.
To schedule a meeting with the VuWall team at InfoComm 2022 in Booth N1569, visit vuwall.com/infocomm.
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