Consolidates and Displays Critical Visual Information
California-based RGB Spectrum has released a new 4K video wall processor, the Galileo GO 80, packed with unique capabilities for viewing and collaboration. Designed for mission-critical applications, it offers exceptional video performance, reliability and advanced features.
The Galileo GO 80 processor consolidates critical visual information and data to provide a centralized, correlated view on an array of LCD monitors or seamless LED walls. Source signals are displayed in windows of any size, anywhere on the video wall. Operators can instantly switch and route sources, choose pre-set display layouts, and pan and zoom to view particular items of interest.
For optimum viewing and decision-making capability, video walls require processors that offer the highest level of video processing performance – and the Galileo GO 80 model delivers. It provides a superior video wall viewing experience with real-time throughput and exceptional 4K image quality, unlike lesser systems that can drop frames or cause image tearing.
Such performance is about more than just display. Being able to communicate and collaborate with local and remote colleagues is often a key requirement in the decision support process.
The Galileo GO 80 allows operators to push video content to anyone, anywhere in the world, and is tightly integrated with RGB Spectrum’s Zio enterprise AV-over-IP platform. Zio technology provides enterprise-wide AV control and distribution of video content over any size network. And with the Zio Mobile App, users can view these video wall streams remotely, even on a mobile phone or tablet.
The Galileo GO 80 powers big video walls, with up to 16 outputs at 4Kp60 resolution or 64 at 1080p60 without compromise. PCIE Gen 3 technology offers the highest backplane bandwidth on the market, with the fastest available data transfer amongst I/O cards, as well as to and from the CPU. That’s the open secret of its raw power. And since rack space is often limited, it comes in a compact 4RU chassis, a smaller form factor than near peer processors.