RealMotion just announced its new Gold Series servers for up to four 4K content streams simultaneously. The five new Gold Series servers being introduced at InfoComm 2019 are the Nugget, 4Karat, 8Karat, 16Karat and 16Karat Performance models. Each server comes with a secure warranty agreement, video playback capabilities and RealMotion’s proprietary Designer software built into it. The 4Karat, 8Karat, 16Karat and 16Karat Performance models come with flexible input options, Dante Audio support and are available with a Notch playback license.
The Nugget was built for real time digital signage needs or small-scale interactive experiences. It is a half-rack server, designed for installations of up to two screens with light visual effects and updatable content. The Nugget offers a single 4K output through HDMI 2.0, a built-in HD capture card through HDMI 1.4, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity and an RS232 port for serial control. The compact server comes with a three-year warranty and includes an Intel HD620 graphics card, an Intel i7 8650U processor, 16 GB of DDR4 memory, a 1TB hard drive and four USB 3.0 ports. All other Gold Series servers are 2U-sized rack products.
The 4Karat has similar visual effects and updatable content properties to that of the Nugget, but with added power for larger installations. Utilizing either a Nvidia P4000 or RTX400 graphics card, the 4Karat is capable of heavier image processing that is suited for projects of up to 4K resolution, such as a real time infographic or an interactive two-person kiosk. The 4Karat comes with a three-year warranty and runs on an Intel i7-8700 processor and 16GB of DDR4 memory. It also includes two 1TB RAID hard drives and six USB 3.1 ports, including one USB C port. For more flexibility a Dante PCiE Card may be added for audio playback along with Genlock sync card options and live capture card options.
The 8Karat is perfect for installations that require bold, real time visual effects and heavier image processing, delivering resolutions of up to 2x4K at 60 Hz or 4x1080p at 59.97 Hz. The server can aggregate different types of content, including video files, images, Notch VFX, web browsers and more. The added power is produced by an Intel Core i9-7900x processor, 32GB of DDR4 memory and two 1TB RAID hard drives. For more flexibility, a Dante PCiE Card may be added for audio playback along with Genlock sync card options and live capture card options.
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