Latin America. Datapath VSN videowall processors are designed from the ground up to achieve maximum performance, reliability and efficiency. They capture, process and display content on video walls compatible with a variety of industries, from small corporate meeting rooms to large critical control rooms and prestige facilities.
The next-generation VSN, which the company will present at ISE 2023, includes support for a 12th generation Intel Core i9 processor (Alder Lake), with available memory options up to 64 GB (ECC and non-ECC). USB 3.0 is now also included to support fast transfer speeds and connectivity to the latest devices.
Each VSN is customized with a range of Intel processors and memory options, and can be preconfigured with Datapath Image graphics, Vision capture, and SQX IP decoding cards for specific project requirements of any size.
With the new 2023 models, the chassis has also been redesigned, optimizing airflow to improve heat management and reduce noise. This new design, along with a new platinum-rated redundant power supply, makes it the most efficient VSN to date. The new chassis also includes hot-swappable fans, enabling uninterrupted 24/7 use and maintenance in the most critical facilities.
The latest derivative of Datapath's VSN processors, which will be available worldwide in the coming months, is the perfect partner for Datapath's Aetria solution for video content design, operation and management. Datapath will have a fully operational Aetria demo suite at its ISE booth, where visitors can receive a personalized overview of its multi-award-winning platform. Datapath has a multilingual sales team from all over Europe present at ISE, ensuring fluent conversations in your chosen language.
The Datapath Hall 3 booth will also see its new SDVoE capture card shown at ISE for the first time. With dual 4k/60 capture capability, the VisionSC-S2 card meets the stringent parameters of the SDVoE Alliance for minimal latency and high-quality resolution in real-time applications in verticals such as Medicine, Oil & Gas and Government.