03.11.2004 12:00 PM
Avitech to introduce Media Command Center for audio, video monitoring

With the increasing amount of incoming video and audio signals in facilities, the monitoring of media is being put into the hands of intelligent and automated information systems. The challenge is to manage the display of this information.

Avitech is addressing this need with the introduction of their next-generation virtual monitor wall system, Media Command Center (MCC), which is capable of handling 120 video sources on a single display and up to 960 video sources in a single system. The output resolution can vary from 800x600 to 1600x1200.

The MCC is built around the latest MEDi technology developed by Avitech. With this unique, open and distributed architecture, the virtual monitor wall system offers users a mix and match module platform, allowing them to create a customized view to perfectly suite your specific application needs.

For more information, please visit: www.avitechvideo.com.

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