Analog Way Exhibits at InfoComm 2017 – Booth #943

Analog Way will be exhibiting at InfoComm 2017 from June 14-16, 2017 in Orlando, Fla. At booth #943, Analog Way will be showcasing the VIO 4K, a premium multi-format converter along with its new set of optional interfaces, including features able to support 4K60 4:4:4. The Ascender 48 – 4K – PL, a multi-screen seamless switcher based on the LiveCore platform, and RCU, a rack mountable solution to control large scale video walls applications, will also be demonstrated at the show.

VIO 4K (ref. V701) is an all-in-one video scaler, scan converter, switcher, coder and transcoder. It can convert any input signal format to any output format up to 4K/UHD and features the latest generation of connectivity, including dual-link DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI, optical, universal analog and 6G-SDI. Engineered to be road-hardened to survive demanding live event environments, it provides worry-free operation with maximum uptime and low maintenance. VIO 4K features a high-quality processing engine to ensure crisp and natural images whatever the source and the scaling level are, while maintaining an ultra-low latency processing as low as one frame. VIO 4K also includes three slots for optional I/O interfaces to provide optimum versatility and double or triple the output capability. An extensive set of audio and video expansion modules is available and will be highlighted on the booth. The most powerful module provides worldwide unique performances and can convert HDMI 2.0 or DP 1.2 to either Quad-Link 3G-SDI or 12G-SDI and vice versa, while supporting formats up to 4K60Hz 4:4:4.

Always at the forefront of new technology, Analog Way has developed outstanding features for the high-end presentation market on its LiveCore series of 4K premium AV video processors. The new version V04 enhances performances thanks to new capabilities which will be demonstrated during InfoComm 2017 on the Ascender 48 – 4K – PL (ref. ASC4806- 4K-PL). This extremely powerful multi-screen seamless switcher has been designed to provide state-of-the-art imaging and real time processing. It features up to 24 seamless inputs, up to eight outputs, up to two monitoring/preview outputs and six true-seamless scaled layers plus a native background layer per output. When enabling the Advanced Layer Management, a screen can then contain up to eight, 16 or 24 true seamless layers on a native background. Among new improvements, new version allows the support of the output AOI (Area Of Interest) and the Custom Canvas mode, to freely combine outputs into a specific screen pixels area, both especially useful for LED well configurations.

Analog Way unveils RCU (ref. RCU300), a new solution to control large scale video walls applications for casinos, stadiums, corporate lobbies, etc. RCU can combine and control multiple Analog Way LiveCoreTM image processors and switchers to create huge video canvases for LED and display arrays that require a large amount of inputs, up to 96 video outputs and hundreds of layers. RCU has also been designed to control various external devices, including media servers, PTZ cameras, and upstream matrix routers. Extremely reliable, the highly-developed hardware is able to run 365 a year in any mission-critical environments. RCU can be remotely operated and perfectly adapted to any kind of user’s automated environment.

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Sara Abrons

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