RGB Spectrum Drops New Entry-Level Priced Multiviewers for Its Zio AV-over-IP Platform

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RGB Spectrum announced enhancements to its Zio AV-over-IP platform with two new budget-conscious multiviewers, the QuadView IPX and the SuperViewIPX. The Zio AV-over-IP offers real-time, bandwidth-efficient, low latency distribution across packet-based networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs), virtual private networks (VPNs), and mobile phone networks. As an enterprise-level solution, based on industry-standard H.264/H.265 compression, the Zio platform is compatible with third-party IP equipment as well as RGB’s own full line of networked video appliances.

The Zio solution provides for integrated display on devices ranging from single view monitors, to multiviewers, to video walls. Whether within a single room, throughout campus, or across the world, the platform features integrated signal distribution and display, incorporating everything from smartphones to multiviewers and video walls. The goal: Any video, over any network, to any device.

Previously available as a feature only in the larger and more expensive Zio 4000 video wall, the IPX series multiviewers are unique in their ability to display a combination of local baseband and remote IP video, with access over HDMI and LAN/WAN connections.

The IPX multiviewers are fully compatible with other Zio components, including encoders and recorder/media servers and can be addressed with a common GUI.

The new QuadView IPX allows users to display up to 4 HDMI or IP video signals in customizable layouts on a desk- or wall mounted-screen. The new SuperView IPX offers similar capabilities, with up to eight video signals.

Additional features include 4K 60Hz input and output resolutions, flexible image resizing and placement options, customizable display layouts and presets, 4 HDMI 2.0 I/O ports, H.264 and H.265 decoding and display, an embedded architecture for heightened security, and multiple control options, including browser-based GUI, Telnet, and RS-232. Proudly made in the U.S.A., the new multiviewers are TAA and BAA compliant.