Mitsubishi Electric Announces Display Wall Controllers and Software for Command and Control Centers

Mitsubishi Electric Announces Display Wall Controllers and Software for Command 
and Control Centers 
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/13 --  Mitsubishi Electric
Visual Solutions America, Inc. is now offering a line-up of display
wall controllers and software to complement its display wall cubes.
This total command and control solution makes installation simple and
straightforward, and is ideal for network operation centers, process
control rooms, electric co-ops and other data-centric display wall
applications. These products will be on display at InfoComm13 in
Booth #3701, being held in Orlando from June 12-14, 2013. InfoComm is
the audio/visual display industry's biggest trade show. 
"We're responding to market demand; our customers have been asking us
for a combined hardware-and-software, Mitsubishi-centric solution,
and we're glad to bring to market this line-up of display wall
controllers that have been custom configured to run our D-Wall
software," said Gary Werner, director of sales for the display wall
group, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc. 
The VC-TPXX series of display wall controllers are industrial grade,
Windows(R)-based workstations custom configured for optimal
performance when running Mitsubishi D-Wall software. The high
performance controllers use Intel(R) processors, Matrox Mura(TM)
graphics cards and are equipped with enough system memory and hard
disk drive capacity to meet the demands of almost any installation.
The rack/shelf mount controllers come in three sizes and can
accommodate driving from four to 56 cubes. Built for continuous
24/7/365 operation, these Mitsubishi Electric-configured workstations
are flexible and scalable enough to meet customers' current and
future needs. 
The controllers are made with off-the-shelf industrial-grade
components from Trenton Systems, Inc. and Matrox, thereby avoiding
the need for costly customization. The type and quantity of Matrox
Mura(TM) Graphic Cards can be configured based on the specific
requirements of the installation which allows for a great deal of
flexibility and cost control. 
When loaded onto the new controllers, Mitsubishi's proprietary D-Wall
software adds intuitive and comprehensive display wall management
which includes both windowing as well as source management, no matter
where those sources are located on an enterprise network. With
administrator, security, operator and scheduling features, D-Wall
software provides a host of benefits. Users can: 

--  Define areas of the display wall that each operator controls and where
    they can collaborate, for streamlined administration.
--  Monitor and troubleshoot the Mitsubishi Electric displays in real
    time, for easy content observation.
--  Drag, drop and size windows on the display wall, saving valuable time.
--  Preview layouts on a base computer before sending it to the wall, for
    efficient set-up and operation.
--  Choose the language interface for each base computer, for a more
    understandable workspace.
--  Adapt the display wall to needs and preferences of each work shift,
    for quick, economical shift turnover.
--  Change the layout by day of the week, date and time automatically, for
    ease of operation.

The controllers are currently available and come with Mitsubishi
Electric's three-year limited warranty on parts and labor (terms and
conditions apply). D-Wall software is also shipping. 
About Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc. 
Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions
America, Inc. is a US subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
of Tokyo, Japan. Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America
manufactures and markets projectors, data wall display systems, LCD
digital signage monitors and players, industrial printers, photo
kiosks and digital photo printers. 
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Nancy Napurski
Lionheart Communications
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