SHARK2000 Distributed Processor

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SHARK2000 Distributed Processor

SURGO SHARK2000 series is a advanced distributed audio and video processing system based on networked architecture. This product offers powerful features, integrating functions such as long-distance audio-video transmission, large screen splicing display, and KVM console management. Its advanced network architecture makes device deployment, maintenance, and expansion extremely easy, allowing it to effortlessly drive hundreds of display units. Utilizing cutting-edge video network transmission and synchronization technology, it provides users with a seamless, high-definition, lossless audio-video experience with low latency and perfect inter-screen synchronization.

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Beneficial Features of SHARK2000 Series

The decentralized architecture and meticulously designed reliability make this product perfectly suited for various applications, including monitoring centers, data centers, command centers, and other 24/7 scenarios with demanding reliability requirements, regardless of size.

Distributed Architecture for Flexibility Decentralization, and Inherent Reliability

  • Independent Input and Output Nodes, Expandable or Reducible at Will.
  • Redundant Control Nodes to Prevent System Failure Due to Single Node Issues.
  • Decentralized Architecture for Enhanced Security and Reliability.
  • Utilizes Advanced Frame Synchronization Technology for Complete Synchronization of Images Across All Output Nodes, Ensuring Smooth Playback with No Lag or Frame Loss, and No Tearing or Seams, Enabling the Enjoyment of High-Quality Display.

Unprecedented Clear and Delicate Visuals

  • 4K Input and Output Capability.
  • HDR and 10-bit Video Processing for Exquisite Visuals.
  • Automatic HDCP Decoding for Any Input Source.
  • Utilizes Advanced Frame Synchronization Technology for Seamless and Smooth Image Playback across all Output Nodes, Ensuring a Tear-Free, High-Quality Display.
  • Fully Real-time Image Processing Architecture with Built-in Multi-core Computational Mechanism, Resulting in Outstanding Image Processing Performance

Intelligent Monitoring and Easy Maintenance

  • One-Click Replacement of Splicing Nodes, Automatic Parameter Restoration.
  • Support for Online Status Monitoring of Input and Output, Device Self-Check, and Alarms Hardware Monitoring Support.
  • Abnormal Alarm including Fan Speed, Module Temperatures and Voltages , Operating Status, and Other Device Monitoring.
  • Device Information Reading and Synchronization Support Online Upgrade Support.

Rich Functionality

  • Diverse Scene Management Methods, Supporting up to 2000 User Scenes; Supports Fade-in/Fade-out, Seamless Switching; Scene Switching Speed <20ms; Supports Multi-Scene Grouping, One-Click Rotation.
  • Independent OSD Settings for Each Screen, Overlay with Adjustable Transparency Background (BKG) Support, Up to 64K Images.
  • Point-to-Point Desktop Support, High- Resolution Scrolling Marquee, Multi-Layer Display, Point-to-Point Desktop Layer.
  • Preview, Playback, and Partial Playback Support.
  • Customizable Output Resolutions.
  • Input EDID and Output Timing Management Support, EDID Import/Export.
  • Text/Image Watermark Support.
  • Output Image Quality Adjustment Support, Including Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Chroma, and Gamma Adjustments.
  • Input Source Cropping and Source Renaming Support
  • Support for Irregular Splicing.

SURGO SHARK2000 processor innovation presents robust capabilities by fusing functions like extended- range audio-video transmission, expansive screen splicing displays, and efficient KVM console management. Its progressive network architecture streamlines device deployment, upkeep, and scalability, enabling effortless management of numerous display units. Leveraging state-of-the-art video network transmission and synchronization technologies, it grants users a seamless, high-definition, lossless audio-video encounter marked by minimal delay and impeccable inter-screen coordination.

SHARK2000 Processor Architecture