Analog Way Adds Heavy-Duty Media Servers

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With the acquisition of Picturall, Analog Way adds heavy-duty media servers to its current product portfolio of high- end realtime video processors and thus strengthens its position as market leader in the design and manufacturing of mission critical high-performance presentation solutions. With more than 10 years of experience in the development and manufacturing of advanced media servers, and an impressive number of first-in-kind products and technologies in their field, Picturall today offers leading solutions in terms of media playback performance and I/O management capabilities. Based on a rock-solid Linux software platform, Picturall media servers are famous for their outstanding reliability and the user-friendliness of their control interfaces. Picturall media servers have a proven track record of numerous successful installations worldwide and offer the perfect tools for premium AV playback missions and large-scale display control. Analog Way, their business partners and major distributors will progressively start promoting Picturall products and technologies as a new part of their core offering.

Consult both companies’ web sites www. analogway.com and www.picturall.com to find out more.

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