4 Advantages of IP-Based Video Walls

4 Advantages of IP-Based Video WallsPublication Type:
White Paper

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One of the most stunning uses of digital signage is the video wall. Linking a number of screens together and displaying full-motion video across that array is virtually guaranteed to stop consumers in their tracks and capture their attention. But not every video wall is created equal, and the cost and complexity of setting up a video wall can be greatly reduced depending on the choices a deployer makes. This white paper, sponsored by Black Box, breaks down the following advantages of an IP-based video wall:

  • Simple to install and configure
  • No distance limitations
  • Easy to scale for additional screen connectivity
  • Provide real-time video transmission

Black Box

Everything behind the screens. Black Box is a global provider of ProAV and networking solutions, and helps clients design and deploy mission-critical video processing and distribution infrastructure. Solutions include HDMI-over-IP, video switches and extenders, video converters and scalers, networked digital signage, HDBaseT recommended cables, multi-signal patch panels, specialty cabinets, and KVM extenders.

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