Datapath will be showcasing its latest flagship VSN V3 video processor to US audiences for the first time at InfoComm 23, as well as doubling down on its ‘Empowering the Operator’ ethos with a range of software enhancements to its Aetria solution.
The VSN V3 (third generation) will support the latest 12th Gen Intel Core i9 CPU to offer the best-in-class power alongside a new chassis design that increases performance. The casing has been re-engineered to offer maximum air throughput, reducing system temperature to increase optimal long-term performance and reliability.
USB 3.0 is also now included to support high transfer speeds and connectivity to the latest devices. Each VSN can be customised to any project requirement with a range of Datapath graphics cards, capture cards and IP decode cards. The versatility of the VSN controller makes it ideal for large control room applications as part of Datapath’s Aetria solution.
InfoComm visitors will be able to experience the very latest Aetria innovations, with enhancements to Aetria Workstation allowing operators to access their ‘personal video wall’ with ease, control sources with AVoIP KVM, and share content to any connected video wall with the click of a mouse.
Operators having the ability to create their own user templates provides a more efficient operation, with applications such as Office and email able to run on the desktop alongside real-time video feeds from any source.
“Our Aetria solution has proved a bit hit with our customers over the past year, but technology does not stand still,” says Datapath Director of Sales (Americas), Mark Bohs. “We are constantly looking at ways to improve user experience through our products and, and have made UX improvements, enhanced user rights management of video walls, and add multi-cast vision stream ability. Our new ActiveSQX2 card, for example, provides scalable encode and decoding for flexible IP stream handling in mission-critical environments.”
He adds, “Along with our flagship VSN V3 processor, we are proud to showcase technology that can be scaled to any control room requirement, and we encourage integrators who operate in this space to visit our InfoComm booth for a friendly chat and a bespoke demo.”
Visitors to Datapath’s 1915 booth in Orlando will also be able to see its full range of video controllers, capture cards, graphics cards and management software – covering vertical markets from live events to medical and retail digital signage.