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Datapath launched new developments for Aetria


Latin America. Datapath added additional functionality and capabilities to its Aetria solution, which further enables control rooms to benefit from Datapath's "anything, anywhere" spirit.

Aetria, Datapath's solution for multipoint video management and control, has introduced the Aligo TX100, along with multi-head source support for its Arqa workstation, plus remote power off, restart and power-on of Aetria wall controllers that combine to take Aetria capabilities further than ever before.

These latest innovations bring an even broader scope to video source management, as well as providing end users with a more efficient, tidy and environmentally friendly control room environment.

Aligo TX100 Quad HD AVoIP Transmitter / Single 4K
The Aligo TX100 is a highly scalable transmitter that can absorb a single 4K source or up to four independent HD sources for IP distribution to any suitable endpoint in an Aetria solution. Each source also has a dedicated USB connection for independent KVM control.

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In addition to lossless visual flow from each connected source, Datapath's SQX technology provides a simultaneous compressed stream for transmission over low-bandwidth networks, integration with third-party systems, or archiving.

With a single 10Gb connection to the AV network, the Aligo TX100 provides a cost-effective solution for bringing HD sources to Aetria. Routing up to four independent HD sources over the 10Gb connection reduces the cabling and switch ports required.

IP H.264 and H.265 encoding, distribution and display
With support for the ActiveSQX2 IP encoding/decoding card, Aetria now offers capabilities to encode content to h.264 or h.265. Encoded transmissions can be unicast or multicast over the Aetria network and then decoded for viewing and monitoring on configured videowalls and operator workstations. Streams can be encrypted as needed to provide enterprise-grade security when encoding and transmitting content between endpoints.

Multi-head source support for Arqa workstation
Sources with multiple graphical outputs (multiple heads) are now supported by Datapath's Arqa workstation, where operators can access them with full keyboard and mouse control. Multi-head sources can also be displayed on AETRIA wall controllers, either individually or collectively as part of a preconfigured window.

This provides more flexibility for the user, as well as freeing up desktop space with considerable savings in additional screen investment costs and, of course, in its subsequent energy use.

Remote power off, restart and power on of Aetria wall controllers
Video wall controllers connected to the Aetria system can now be turned off, rebooted or started (via Wake-on-LAN) from Aetria Command Center.

This can be useful when installing and configuring video wall drivers that are located away from video wall displays. It can also be used to allow equipment to be easily turned off when not in use to save energy, enabling a fast and efficient energy-saving process for operations that are not in operation 24/7/365.

Richard Santa, RAVT
Author: Richard Santa, RAVT
Periodista de la Universidad de Antioquia (2010), con experiencia en temas sobre tecnología y economía. Editor de las revistas TVyVideo+Radio y AVI Latinoamérica. Coordinador académico de TecnoTelevisión&Radio.

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