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Jupiter Systems Demonstrates Its Award-Winning Visualization and Collaboration Solutions for Single, Networked and Multiple Display Walls

Jupiter Systems, the industry leader in visualization and collaboration solutions for display walls and networked PCs, demonstrated its full range of AV systems at Intersec 2013, at Kuwait TechNet Company (KTC) booth, Hall 2, Booth Number 217c.

“The Middle East continues to be a strategic market for us,” said Brady O. Bruce, Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Alliances at Jupiter Systems. “In this period of unprecedented change, countries in the region are investing heavily in defense, transportation, utilities, ports and airports, healthcare and education. Our products are being used in these critical infrastructure projects across the region.

“Kuwait TechNet Company is a valued channel partner in the Gulf Arab states. KTC has a talented, experienced group of professionals who are dedicated to supporting our systems while providing outstanding customer service. We are pleased to recognize their efforts in designing systems that help our customers improve productivity, reduce costs, and enhance their operations, and we look forward to deepening this strong, successful channel partnership.”

Founded in 1998, KTC is an experienced enterprise technology solutions provider with headquarters in Kuwait City. KTC’s recent installations that include Jupiter’s products can be found at the Kuwait Finance House (KFH), a global Islamic bank, and Al-Sabah Hospital, the country’s oldest and largest medical center.

Jupiter Products to be Featured at Intersec 2013

Canvas, Multipoint Visualization and Collaboration for the Enterprise

Jupiter Systems offers three families of award-winning visualization systems. Jupiter’s Canvas™ is the revolutionary new multipoint collaborative visualization solution that allows users to share video streams and collaborate across the enterprise no matter where they are located. Users can access content wherever and whenever it is needed, including on display walls, PCs, and tablets. With Canvas, participants across the world can annotate directly on live video and work on shared whiteboards.

Fusion Catalyst™, High Performance Visualization for Display Walls

The Fusion Catalyst™ family of high performance visualization and display wall processors is installed in control rooms, classrooms, and boardrooms around the world, delivering unmatched performance and flexibility in applications involving security, traffic management, military operations, emergency operations centers, financial institutions, and many more. Employing cutting edge, second generation PCI Express technology, Fusion Catalyst processors offer up to an astonishing 320 Gbps of bandwidth. That’s enough bandwidth to carry multiple ultra-high resolution video signals at a full 60 frames per second, drive ultra-high resolution monitors at a full 32 bits per pixel, and support virtually any configuration requirement. Fusion Catalyst is also a PC with Intel CPUs and Windows 7 onboard. Customers can run mission-critical apps, access data through the network, engage the information, and collaborate on a wall-sized desktop.

PixelNet®, a Distributed Display Wall System

PixelNet® is a revolutionary new way to capture, distribute, control and display digital and analog video sources for audiovisual applications. Based on technology previously used for data communication networks, PixelNet adopts Gigabit Ethernet and Ethernet switches for use with high resolution, real-time video. Using packet-switching technology, any information source can be shown on any display, as a window on a single display, or as a window spanning multiple display devices in a display wall. In addition, any source can be shown at any size on any display or array of displays.

Jupiter’s Award-Winning Processors Installed Throughout the Middle East

Jupiter’s award-winning display wall processors are sold throughout the Middle East and can be found in installations including Kuwait Finance House, Al-Sabah Hospital, Egypt Telecom, ISC Telecom, the ISC Royal Palace, Oman Power, the UAE Air Force, Afet Koordinasyon Operasyon Merkezi (Istanbul’s management and emergency co-ordination center), and Turkcell (Turkey’s largest telecom provider), to list but a few.

About Kuwait TechNet Company

Kuwait TechNet Company is a dynamic enterprise technology and solutions provider that was founded early in 1998 in Kuwait City. The company has a brilliant record and extensive experience delivering successful solutions for projects involving ICT, security, audiovisual systems, and turnkey systems, among others. For more information about Kuwait TechNet, please visit www.ktctech.net.

About Jupiter Systems

Jupiter Systems is the leading worldwide supplier of visualization and collaboration solutions for display walls and networked PCs. Jupiter’s best-of-breed products are designed for continuous, 24/7 operation and are used in network operation centers, traffic management centers, electric power generation and distribution control rooms, emergency operations centers, surveillance and security centers, financial management operations, boardrooms, and fixed and mobile military operations control centers in thousands of installations around the world. For more information, please visit www.jupiter.com.

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