Vuwall wins best in show award at ISE

Montreal, Canada

Vuwall's TRX version 3.4 centralised video wall management software recently received two Best of Show at ISE 2023 awards. AV Technology and Sound & Video Contractor (SVC) awarded the latest update of the software, which includes support for SDVoE multiview mode, video wall mode, and USB routing on Samsung's The Wall for high-quality, zero-latency video distribution over 10 Gb networks. The update also features performance, security, and user experience improvements.

"The scope of and reliance on video walls in AV-over-IP environments has increased and expanded, requiring further integration, user tools, and other advanced visualisation enhancements," said Fadhl Al-Bayaty, Vice President of Product Management at Vuwall. "Version 3.4 reflects this continuous evolution. We thank AV Technology and SVC for highlighting Vuwall's ongoing efforts to create a robust, flexible, and comprehensive visualisation and control platform."

With TRX 3.4, Vuwall brings a full video wall management solution with powerful SDVoE functionality. SDVoE technology is designed for high-quality, zero-latency applications, ideal for military, education, and health care facilities, where pristine imaging and/or live, real-time information are of critical importance. TRX is Vuwall's flagship platform that can manage multiple video walls at a time and route signals between hundreds of AV encoders and decoders over 10 Gb (SDVoE) and/or 1 Gb networks simultaneously. TRX has built-in intelligence to recognise source-to-destination compatibility, bringing ease to routing SDVoE sources only to SDVoE destinations. TRX offers easy drag-and-drop functionality to route sources to destinations and create customised control panels.

The new multiview feature of TRX allows operators to create layouts and presets, including picture-in-picture, where multiple SDVoE sources can be processed by a single decoder on a single display. The interoperable design of TRX allows for any third-party SDVoE source to be routed to the SDVoE video wall while maintaining the full 4K60 video quality from glass to glass, including HDCP 2.2 content. This latest release also includes SDVoE USB routing, where users can plug in a USB device, such as a keyboard and mouse, a USB key, or a camera.


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