Extron Announces Quantum® Series Videowall Processors Are Now HDCP Compliant With New HDMI Input and Output Cards
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Anaheim, California (June 17, 2011) - Extron Electronics is pleased to introduce new Quantum HDMI Input and Output Cards that add HDMI connectivity and HDCP compliance to the Extron Quantum Elite and Quantum Connect Videowall Processing Systems. They enable presentation of Blu-ray Disc, digital satellite or cable, and other HDCP-encrypted sources on HDCP-compliant displays. The Quantum HDMI Input Cards accept two HDMI inputs at resolutions up to 1920x1200 and HDTV 1080p/60. The Quantum HDMI Output Cards include two HDMI outputs for driving two videowall displays at resolutions up to 1920x1200 and HDTV 1080p/60, and display up to 128 windows per output card. The input and output cards feature high performance scaling technology to optimize real-time image processing and ensure high quality image presentation on videowall displays.
"We are pleased to add HDMI input and output capability to the Quantum Series videowall processors that will allow integrators and their customers to display HDCP-encrypted content on videowalls," says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "These new cards include essential features that deliver fast switching for HDCP-encrypted content, and provide immediate visual indication to warn the user that protected content cannot be presented if non-HDCP compliant displays are in use."
The Quantum Elite and Quantum Connect are videowall processing systems that deliver reliable multi-image presentations in demanding, mission-critical environments. They feature high performance, dedicated graphics and video processing, plus a high-speed video bus that maintains real-time performance under heavy input loading. The Quantum Elite and Quantum Connect can simultaneously display hundreds of windows of high quality graphics and video. The Quantum Series supports videowall system sizes from small to very large in environments including public spaces, corporate buildings, surveillance, visualization, and command and control.