04.08.2004 12:00 PM
Avitech Systems installs large multi-source monitor wall for BSI

Avitech Systems, which specializes in multi-screen display technology, has successfully completed one of Korea’s largest multi-source monitor wall systems for the Digital Media Center at Broadband Solutions, BSI.

The core of the monitoring solution consists of six display groups of media command centers supporting analog video and stereo analog audio (MCC-4aA) for video, four audio command centers (ACC-16) for radio and 10 video command centers (VCC-4cDVI + VCC-2vDVI) for computer signals.

All sources are displayed on 14 50-inch cubes from Synelec and driven with two VCC-C1R controllers running the latest version of Avitech’s Cosmos control system.

For information about Avitech’s products please visit: www.avitechvideo.com.

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