News Article
News Article
Seneca Video Wall Player

Seneca’s New Video Wall Controller Wins at InfoComm

Sep 15, 2015



Companies will always want their video walls to be larger, to handle different display arrangements, and ensure perfect playback of high resolution video assets. With video walls becoming so enhanced and custom, the industry will keep looking to improve upon their solutions to accommodate more and more requests. Seneca has now introduced their next generation of video wall controllers that gained some attention at InfoComm this year.

 

The Seneca VWC-Plus video wall controller won Best of Show for AVTechnology at InfoComm this year. From the press release: This controller has the unique ability to offer best-in-class performance while maintaining the versatility to accommodate any of your A/V integration needs. Powered by the 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor Extreme Edition, the VWC-plus has the power and stability crucial to the mission-critical installations of an A/V professional. True 4K display, 7.1 surround sound, analytic capture, and a quiet and cool design are just a few of the many benefits VWC PLUS has to offer.

 

Special Features and Benefits:

 

  • Up to 28 inputs/outputs of Full HD video in a single box
  • Convenient 4U chassis easily converts to a tower
  • Accommodates 4 Full-length GPU with only a 20″ depth
  • Tuned OS, Custom BIOS and balanced drivers ensure best-in-class performance
  • AMD Firepro+Sync, Matrox Mura, and Nvidia Quadro+Sync Certified
  • Quiet and cool design
  • Ideal solution for video wall, control room, sports center and military installations
  • Turnkey options for fast and easy integration

 

From the AVT Judges, “Offers a lot of flexibility through swapping video cards when needed. The system will power a legacy video wall but is robust enough to support 8K displays through video intensive processing power.”

 

We at Signet, love to keep seeing these type of technical advancements and look forward to testing this new controller to see how it performs.