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17/07/2022

Vuwall expands Pak video wall node family

Montreal, Canada

Vuwall is expanding its award-winning, cost-effective, and scalable Pak video wall processing appliance family with a new model, the Pak 20.

Featuring the same hardware as the existing Pak 10 model, Pak 20 supports two 1920x1080 at 60Hz outputs or one 3840x2160 at 60Hz output, along with multi-format decoding. Now integrators can deploy the Pak appliance that suits their project's requirements, from the Pak 10 featuring one 1920x1080 at 60Hz output to the Pak 40 providing up to four HDp60 outputs.

"Not every video wall installation is the same, nor do they demand the same support," said Mark Schmidt, chief technology officer of Vuwall. "Due to the overwhelming popularity of Pak and its successful launch, we decided to add granularity to our product line to meet the output requirements of our client's projects more accurately and bring even more cost-savings to their deployments to offer more cost-effective solutions without compromising on performance."

Recipient of multiple ISE 2022 and Infocomm 2022 Best of Show awards, Vuwall's Pak can operate as a standalone device or can be stitched with other Pak nodes to build an IP-based video wall that is infinitely scalable. With the cost-effective and compact appliance, integrators can simplify video wall deployments by reducing the number of connections and eliminating a single point of failure — reducing project risk and offering improved reliability. In addition to variable output support, Pak features multi-format decoding of up to 32 HD streams per device, including H.264, NDI and remote desktops, or virtualised browsers using VNC.

As part of Vuwall's ecosystem, Pak is managed by the company's award-winning TRx centralised management platform. Easy to set up and configure, Pak is perfectly designed for multi-room visualisation, situational awareness, control rooms and corporate workspaces. Its eco-friendly design boasts a compact form factor and low power consumption. Pak is small enough to be mounted behind monitors, saving rack space and reducing extended video cable runs.


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