RGB Spectrum Showcases Advancements to Zio Portfolio at ISC West
The company will provide a sneak peek of its new Zio D2100 AV-over-IP decoder and highlight its Certified Partner Program.
ALAMEDA, Calif. – At ISC West 2023, RGB Spectrum will showcase its integrated video solutions for the security market, including advancements to its Zio portfolio as well as a new partner program.
RGB Spectrum’s Zio portfolio is designed to enable better decision-making where users view data sources, applications and video feeds and if required, can deliver content to any destination, over any network or to any display, states the company. The Zio platform includes an array of Video-over-IP components: encoders, decoders, multiviewers, video wall processors and recorders. Zio is managed through a user interface with video thumbnail previews and drag-and-drop simplicity. It offers interoperability with third-party devices by using H.264 and H.265 open standards.
The company will provide a sneak peek of its new Zio D2100 AV-over-IP decoder at ISC West. Designed as a low-cost, compact device, this decoder is geared toward large security operations where rack space is at a premium. It supports video resolutions up to 4K/60 for high-quality imagery and variable bitrates for transmission over WANs, LANs and mobile environments.
Also live at the RGB Spectrum booth (#7050): XtendPoint KVM-over-IP extender. Show attendees will be able to see how this scalable KVM matrix-switching solution connects multiple users with controllable systems. XtendPoint supports multi-headed computers.
Plus, attendees will be able to see how to get Video-over-IP on the go with Zio Mobile. The mobile app lets a remote user view live streams in real-time. Operators can push streams to mobile devices using Zio’s browser-based GUI. Remote users can also browse and select streams for viewing on their mobile devices.
The company will also be highlighting its Certified Partner Program, which was recently organized around two levels: Silver and Gold Partners. Each tier has specific revenue and training requirements and increasing benefits. New training and support resources will soon be available, the company reports, helping to ensure that a partner’s organization is equipped with tools to ensure success.
“Training is key,” states RGB Spectrum’s Bob Marcus. “Training gives substance to commitment. And it drives sales. Our program helps ensure our partners’ success is driven by high-quality products and well-trained integrators.”
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