|Lightware Matrix Router Gets Kudos for Performance at Sochi Winter Olympics|
|Published on 09 Sept 2014
before the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia the Main Operations Center was installed inside the International Olympic Committee (IOC) building to run the day-to-day operations of various elements of the Olympic Village and venues, including transportation systems. Russia-based Live Sound Ltd. and its head of broadcast technologies, Andrei Mazurov, designed and installed central switching for the Center's large videowall using a Lightware 65Ã—65 MX-FR65R multifunctional matrix router.
|Lightware Will Show UMX-TPS Range At InfoComm 2014|
|Published on 09 June 2014
Lightware Visual Engineering has begun shipping its new UMX-TPS product family, featuring HDBaseT extenders with stand-alone, under desk mount and wall plate models. The full range of products, offering various connector options, will be shown at the Lightware booth at Infocomm 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, June 14-20, where working demos will be scheduled.
Technomedia select Lightware Matrix and Fiber Extenders for 3D "Grand Hall Experience", Projection Mapping in St. Louis
|Published on 18 Sept 2014
Historic Union Station in St. Louis has reopened after an extensive $66.3 million renovation to its lobby where Technomedia, a Mood Media Company created the largest permanent 3D projection mapping attraction in the United States on the 65-foot high barrel-vault ceiling and walls transforming the space every evening for hotel and local guests and visitors. Technomedia chose Lightware DVI-OPT-TX110 and RX110 transmitters/receivers to extend the multi-4K 120 frame video signal to 14 projectors displaying the dazzling custom content. Lightware USA is the US distributor for Budapest-based Lightware Visual Engineering products.
|Lightware USA Launches UMX-TPS|
|Published on 08 October 2014
Lightware Visual Engineering has introduced the UMX-TPS range of extension systems designed to transmit multiple video formats at resolutions up to 4K and UHD. With these transmitters video, audio and control signals can be sent up to 170 meters at full HD over a single CAT5 cable.