Electrosonic SA recently announced being appointed as the sole distributor for RGBlink in the Southern Africa market. The company is currently hosting a roadshow, hosted by RGBLink sales manager, Rod Sommerich at their Johannesburg offices.
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RGBlink is recognised for its dedication to developing and manufacturing quality video processing products, making video accessible to a broad range of visual markets. RGBlink’s comprehensive product range will extend Electrosonic’s turnkey solution offering to the professional audiovisual industry in Southern Africa, particularly for the growing digital signage market.
Pro Av display product manager at Electrosonic, Riaan Van Der Westhuizen, explains that video wall processor demands vary with the quantity and type of inputs and outputs, as well as the bandwidth and processing power, required. “Unlike many competing products, RGBlink’s video wall processors are designed for modular systems, which offers wider scalability to fit the needs of integrators working on projects of any size,” says Van Der Westhuizen.
Van Der Westhuizen points out that RGBlink’s video wall processors open up in layers, instead of pre-set layouts, which means that switching between inputs and display windows is seamless. Additionally, the video wall processor supports scheduling and remote wakeup, which allows full control of the video wall. In terms of value proposition, RGBlink’s solutions come at an attractive price point for developing markets, without compromising on the quality or functionality of the installation.
“RGBlink offers state-of-art video wall processing and fits perfectly with our ProSpectre range of displays among other products. The video wall processors can be paired with Kramer’s AV over IP based units to provide a powerful solution for control room applications. We are confident that by adding RGBlink’s products to our catalogue we will add further value to the turn-key solutions that we provide integrators working on projects for the commercial market in the region,” Van Der Westhuizen concludes.