InFocus Corporation today announces its Jupiter Control 1000 Series, an entry-level range of 4K (3840×2160) display wall processors. Designed for smaller installations, Control 1000 processors come fully pre-configured as stand-alone display wall processors with hardware that can decode up to eight IP streams and support up to 10 direct video connections. InFocus Jupiter Control 1000 processors can be used as a stand-alone solution driving a single video wall or integrated into a fully networked enterprise solution that is managed by the Canvas platform, enabling robust collaboration between video walls, operators, ancillary displays and even mobile devices.
The Jupiter Control 1000 Series processors ship with Windows 10 and will run Windows applications directly on the processor. Capable of ingesting video and other visual information from any IP encoded source, direct video connection, or Windows 10 ready application, the Control 1000 also ships with the InFocus Jupiter Canvas 5.3 collaborative visualization software. Canvas 5.3 manages sources including live streams from network cameras and mobile devices, application screens from PCs, and real-time data feeds. Users can view, share, and annotate on the live feeds with remote colleagues working on a range of different devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptop, and desktop PCs, or in conference rooms equipped with InFocus CRS-4K endpoints.
The latest 4K video processor in the Jupiter product line, the Control 1000 is capable of decoding up to five non-HDCP 4K signals. It supports input signals with a 4K DVI input card that leverages a DVI-D dual-link connector. The Control 1000 Series video processors also support up to four non-HDCP 4K outputs on a single CPU chassis. Each 4K display has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels per mini DisplayPort interface and onboard software decoding can decode any IP stream up to 4K HD resolution.
The InFocus Jupiter Control 1000 is available now. Here are the details.