Munich, September 15 – Sharp NEC Display Solutions Europe along with its partner Hiperwall has published a new whitepaper to guide control room system designers in accessing the full potential of its IP-based video wall content management system.
Data security is a major concern for organisations and robust protection against potential incursion is vital in the critical control room environment. The whitepaper explains the design strategies available to the system designer, outlining the advantages of some topological models, to safeguard the resilience of the control room system.
An industry leader in commercialised network-based video wall visualisation technology, Hiperwall is a long-term strategic partner enabling Sharp/NEC to offer its customers a fully integrated solution for big data visualisation in control rooms.
“The reliability and flexibility of the Hiperwall content management solution is vital in today’s fast paced and often unpredictable digital world”, says Stephen Wair, business segment lead for control rooms at Sharp NEC Display Solutions Europe. “Adapting quickly whilst continually guarding against system vulnerability is fundamental to the Hiperwall offering and our new whitepaper explains the design protocols available to system designers as they follow best practice.’
The whitepaper is available to download here.
For more information on Hiperwall version 7.0 or Sharp/NEC video wall and control room solutions, visit our web pages.