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Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. Visual and Imaging Systems Division Announces New Version of D-Wall Software for its Display Wall Controllers

Multiple Display Walls Can Now be Supported from a Single Client

Mitsubishi Electric Visual and Imaging Systems Division announces the release of Version 6 of its popular D-Wall Display Wall Management Software, which streamlines administration and saves money by supporting multiple display wall servers from a single client.

The software manages Mitsubishi Electric display wall systems in control rooms and operations centers, and is incorporated into its line of display wall controllers. The D-Wall Software, and Mitsubishi Electric's controllers and display walls, will be shown in Booth #C-8308 at InfoComm in Las Vegas, June 18-20, 2014.

"Supporting multiple walls from a single client eliminates the need to purchase multiple client licenses for different display walls," said James Chan, director, marketing and business planning, Mitsubishi Electric Visual and Imaging Systems Division. "We've simplified license management to a floating license model, giving our customers more flexibility. To determine the number of licenses required at a site, only the concurrent number of active users at any given time will be counted as users."

Other key benefits of the newest version of D-Wall Software include:

Tablet support for easy operation
SDK availability to developers for custom configurations
Definable operator groups so administrators can limit each operator's functional roles and permissions
Simple drag and drop functionality to place and size windows for easy display
Ability to change wall layout by day, date and time to maximize process efficiency
Operator-customizable, multilingual interface for easier collaboration between regions

D-Wall Software is pre-installed in Mitsubishi Electric's VC-TPS14S, VC-TP9S and VC-TP2S display wall controllers, which helps manage input and output to the display wall, determines the display layout, and routes images and contents from various sources to the desired areas of the display wall.

Mitsubishi Electric's display wall controllers are high-performance, industrial-grade Windows®-based workstations built with high-end, off-the-shelf components, including the latest Quad-core Intel® processors, memory and storage devices. Available configurations and models can control visualization from as few as 4-screens up to 56-screen display walls in larger scale integration for better team collaboration.

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