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Video Walls. Premium solution, affordable price.
Video Walls. Premium solution, affordable price.

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Dashboards are a great way to organize and make sense of all the data from networks, so the control room staff can visualize and analyze effectively, in order to make better decisions about their business. The problem is that visualizing and sifting through all those dashboards can be an overwhelming task. Video walls are the ideal platform for control rooms to present all these data, allowing you to see your dashboards simultaneously, and letting you organize your operation to suit your needs. Find out more on our latest blog. http://bit.ly/2xveYUI
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We are excited to be in the AV-iQ marketplace—the largest database of AV products. Now, there is a “one-stop-shop” to learn more about Userful, and all it can offer, ideal for resellers and system integrators. Bookmark us as reference for your future projects! More details in today’s blog http://bit.ly/2uIYz05
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Reliability, flexibility and support for multiple input sources are key requirements a control room has for its monitoring system, to ensure maximum uptimes for monitoring their critical operations. In our latest blog find out how a high-performing video wall, like Userful’s video wall solution, can fulfill both for any NOC without having to rely on specialized, proprietary solutions.
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Inspired! With Userful it’s really easy for everyone to make a stunning video wall at an affordable price. In today’s blog, we highlight some awesome clients’ video wall deployments from restaurants/pubs, and nightclubs, to retirement homes, police departments, and at houses of worship—in all kinds of creative ways! Check it out now http://bit.ly/2tyvWje
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Our Video Wall News for June is posted, check it out. Lots of great topics from how to make Customer Experience Centres more engaging, to looking at video wall processors and controllers and their specific functions, to how to find cloud-friendly AV equipment -- and more. http://bit.ly/2tCktyZ
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What’s failover? Life is good, as you’ve got it all covered with your video wall, but then - all of a sudden - your hard drive fails, and your video wall is down. As quick as possible, the PC’s are swapped and everything goes back to normal. That is Failover! -- a great Userful feature that’s worth learning more about. Check it out in today’s blog: http://bit.ly/2sZrwR2
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We’re excited to announce that we will be at InfoComm 2017 from June 14-16. Booth #611. We’ll be giving tours and technical demos of the Userful video wall solution. Check today’s blog to learn more about what we’ve got planned - and if you’ll be at InfoComm too, let’s schedule a time to meet! http://bit.ly/2rBdKGL
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This week in our blog, we take a look at network-based video walls and how they work. Part of the Video-over-IP paradigm shift in the past few years, network-based video walls have brought exciting changes and new opportunities to the AV industry, with particular excitement over their simplicity, flexibility and power. Read on...http://bit.ly/2rpGyTp
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We are proud that our solutions support our clients in fulfilling project requirements across a very wide spectrum of use cases and verticals. In our latest blog, we showcase some examples. http://bit.ly/2ra9ePL
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Projector video walls work the same as display video walls—output adjoining images next to one another. However unlike an LCD video wall, a projector video wall lets you achieve a true seamless image by overlapping their edges (edge blending). Learn more on our latest blog post about edge blending. http://bit.ly/2qIVzwf
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