The VM6404H is part of the Video Wall Seamless Switch Series; it supports 4K@60Hz, HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2.
ATEN, the leading provider of IT connectivity and management solutions, will unveil the industry's first 4K Seamless Matrix Switch at ISE Amsterdam, 2015. Supporting 4K@60Hz, HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2, the VM6404H is the only seamless switch on the market that can deliver 4K video wall integrations.
4K is the next generation in image quality. It has four times the resolution quality of standard HD. "4K provides the viewer with a crystal clear image with greater depth. It is perfect for producing stunning video wall displays. To create 4K images both the monitor and source have to be compatible and support both HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2. The VM6404H is the only 4K matrix switch in the industry which provides true seamless video switching." Kevin Chen, President of ATEN International.
The device features fast, close to 0-second video switching and playback of 4K content in real-time with no latency. VM6404H offers an easy and affordable way to route any of 4 HDMI video sources to any of 4 HDMI displays with a quick view of all port connections via the front panel LCD. The VM6404H includes seamless switching that employs a FPGA matrix architecture that provides powerful computing capabilities to process the 4K resolutions and ensures continuous video streams, real-time control and stable signal transmissions. Featuring a built-in Scaler function, the VM6404H is able to unify different video source formats to render the best output resolutions on designated displays with uncompromised precision. The switch integrates video wall functionality with an easy to use web GUI that lets you create 8 connection profiles that can be customized into different video wall layouts.
The VM6404H is an ideal solution for applications that require multiple HDMI displays with multiple HDMI sources to be conveniently setup in multiple locations - such as for stage presentations, competition events, control centers and any installation that requires real-time reporting.