VuWall VuStream 150 Encoder Debuts for KVM Applications

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VuWall announced enhancements to its VuStream 150 H.264 HDMI video encoder. The VuStream 150, part of the VuStream series of encoders and decoders, seamlessly integrates with PAK video wall, KVM nodes, and VuScape controllers, while being centrally configured and managed by the TRx centralized management software platform.

The latest VuStream 150 encoder appliance supports HDMI signals at resolutions up to 3840×2160@60Hz, supports 4:4:4 pass-through, as well as 4:2:0 and 4:2:2 encoding and streaming. This extends to its streaming capabilities, enabling unicast or multicast transmission to PAK processing nodes configured for various setups, including operator stations or expansive video walls, VuScape video wall controllers and common media players like VLC. Boasting high-quality UHD encoding, Power over Ethernet (PoE) support and compatibility with third-party software decoding, the VuWall says the VuStream 150 is “reshaping the landscape of video-over-IP solutions.”

VuStream 150 is NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) and TAA (Trade Agreements Act) compliant, adhering to the provisions outlined in the National Defense Authorization Act and eligible for procurement by the United States government, respectively. Additionally, as part of the VuWall ecosystem, VuWall, including its TRx Centralized Management Platform, is SOC 2 compliant.