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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2010/02/26 - Monitor multiple remote DVI, VGA, or video sources from one location with new VGA Grid capture device.
VGA Grid is a solution for monitoring, recording, and broadcasting up to 256 VGA, DVI, or video sources from one central location. VGA Grid is a physical device that is located at the capture source and, through its Ethernet interface, is able to relay the images it is capturing over LAN or Internet to a central server. The user can that access the server from anywhere and monitor all sources in real-time, zoom in on a single source, or archive and save what he/she is seeing on the screen.
VGA Grid is the only such solution available on the market and has many advantages over traditional tape-based or even digital recording/security systems. The VGA Grid is able to capture signals at any resolution up to 2048x2048 and achieve capture rates of up to 30 frames per second. The captured video transferred from each VGA Grid device is also relayed in 100% lossless quality, making it ideal for military, industrial, or medical applications.
Produced by Epiphan Systems (epiphan.com), a world leader in digital VGA/DVI signal processing products, VGA Grid uses the same cutting-edge technology found in its high-end line of VGA2Ethernet web-based frame grabbers. Furthermore, VGA Grid is shipped in an industrial-grade portable aluminum enclosure, making it easy to install, integrate, and transport.
If capturing high resolution video from multiple remote sources is critical to your application, then VGA Grid is the solution that you have been looking for.
Combine & Monitor — VGA Grid allows you to combine the outputs of up to 256 VGA signals on one screen and view them from any computer with a web browser and Internet access.
Archive & Save — Save one or more VGA outputs as digital video to store or review them later. Automate the archiving process by indicating what and when to save ahead of time.
Share & Broadcast — VGA Grid lets you share multiple VGA outputs with viewers around the world. All they need is Internet access and a password to access the secure broadcast.