RGB Comms signs distro deal with video wall and codec specialist RGB Spectrum

posted on Friday, 16th March 2018 by Steve May

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RGB Communications has signed an exclusive UK distribution partnership with video wall and AV over IP specialist RGB Spectrum.

“We’re delighted to partner with RGB Spectrum and think it is fantastic that they have chosen us as their first distributor globally,” says Gordon Innocent of RGB Communications. “With their products already very well-known and established in video wall, control room and simulation markets, our job will be to make it easier for existing customers to source product and support locally, whilst looking at other AV markets to introduce RGB Spectrum’s innovative technology.”

RGB Spectrum has over 30 years experience in the industry, and has pioneered codec development, display and switching technologies. The company is well known for its video walls (pictured), used in control rooms, command centres and public spaces. However it also provides video and support solutions for corporate, industrial, medical, government, security, education and military applications.

“Resellers and integrators have been using RGB Spectrum in the UK for the last 30 years, but adding RGB and their ability to hold local stocks, offer credit terms and sell in local currency offers massive benefits for our partners,” says Peter Airs, RGB Spectrum Country Manager UK and Nordics. “RGB’s technical abilities will also strengthen our in-country resource and provide our partners with an even better ability to deliver solutions in video wall, control room and video distribution over IP.”

RGB Spectrum has established itself as a dominant designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge video/graphics processors and decision support systems, with expertise in networked AV over IP, matrix switchers, codecs, extenders, and integrated solutions.

For more news about RGB Comms product portfolio and services, visit our partner page here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and Ideal Home (amongst others).

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