Jupiter Systems Demonstrates PixelNet Family Of Products

Jupiter Systems, provider of display wall processors, exhibited at IFSEC Hall 4, Booth F47.

“Jupiter Systems is a major provider of high-performance solutions used in security applications for command and control,” said Brady O. Bruce, vice president of marketing and strategic alliances. “Our display wall controllers provide continuous access to complex information, support critical infrastructure, help to combat terrorism and provide for local security. Attending IFSEC is a critical component in our strategy to support our global presence in this industry.”

Jupiter Systems is a worldwide supplier of display wall processors used in command and control applications for security and surveillance. Jupiter's products are designed for continuous, 24x7 operation, and are used in security and surveillance centers throughout the world.

Among these locations are the 2008 Beijing Olympics Security Command Center, Cecat Emergency Operations, Barcelona, Ottawa Emergency Operations Centre, and companies such as Jyske Bank (Denmark) and Banco Azteca (Latin America’s largest).

Jupiter technology serves a wide range of applications in many industries, including network operation centers, electric power generation, transmission and distribution operations, boardrooms, intelligent traffic systems, emergency dispatch operations, financial management centers, and fixed and mobile military operations centers. Jupiter Systems products are installed in more than 6,000 sites around the world and are sold via a network of authorized value-added resellers.

At the show, Jupiter Systems demonstrated its breakthrough new PixelNet family of products, as well as its high-performance, high-value Fusion Display Wall Processors.

Attendees also experienced PixelNet, Jupiter’s new way to capture, distribute, control, and display digital and analog video sources from board rooms to complex large venues.

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