Anaheim, California (March 30, 2017) – Extron Electronics is pleased to introduce and announce the immediate availability of the newest addition to our Quantum Connect Series of HDCP-compliant videowall processors, the Quantum Connect 126. The Quantum Connect Series delivers the same high quality scaling and real-time performance as Extron’s Quantum Elite processors, producing superior quality images.The Quantum Connect 126 features 12 HDMI inputs, six HDMI outputs, a 6U chassis with solid-state storage drives, and dual-redundant power supplies. Two-output and four-output Quantum Connect models are also available. All Quantum Connect Series models are ideal for crafting professional quality videowall presentations and digital signage in public spaces, retail environments, and control rooms.
“We’re pleased to be expanding our industry leading Quantum Connect Series of videowall processors,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. “The new Quantum Connect 126 will provide high quality scaling, direct HDMI connectivity, and simplified set up for an even wider range of videowall systems with up to six displays.”
The Quantum Connect Series maintains optimal full frame rate performance with a high-speed, 10 Gbps RAPT – Real-Time Asymmetric Packetized Transfer video/graphic bus that allows all inputs to be processed simultaneously, while preserving real-time control response and optimal image performance. When used in conjunction with HDCP-compatible displays, the HDMI inputs and outputs allow the display of HDCP-encrypted content on the videowall. A green window with an alert message will be displayed if HDCP-encrypted content is sent to a non-HDCP compliant display. The Quantum Connect Series meets the input and output requirements of many popular configurations for small videowalls. For larger videowalls, as well as applications requiring greater scalability and the flexibility to expand over time, AV integrators, system designers, and consultants should consider the Quantum Elite and Quantum Ultra processors.