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Copyright © 2014 Userful Corporation. All rights reserved.
(Updated 2014.12.06)


To return to the Userful Network Video Wall main documentation page, Click Here.


Introduction

Userful's Video Wall solution enables customers to group multiple displays to form a single large display, hence enabling a single host PC to support one or more larger video wall displays. The Userful Network Video Wall is designed to utilize both the CPU and the GPU to maximize performance.


Certified Host PCs

Following host PCs are carefully tested and certified to work well with Userful Network Video Wall 7.x series.

Manufacturer and Model Specifications
HP Prodesk 600 Series
  • Processor Intel® Core™ i7-4770 (3.4 GHz)
  • Memory: 16 or 32 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 SDRAM
  • Graphics Integrated: Intel® HD Graphics 4000 or 4600
  • Storage: 120 GB up to 160 GB SATA SSD (recommended) or 500 GB up to 1 TB SATA
  • Network Interface: Intel® I217LM Gigabit Network Connection or Intel® Ethernet I210-T1 PCIe x1 GB Network Interface Card
  • Supports Network Zero-Client Device
Dell Optiplex XE2
  • Processor Intel Core i7-4770 (3.10 GHz)
  • Memory: 16 or 32 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 SDRAM
  • Graphics Integrated: Intel® HD Graphics 4600
  • Storage: 120 GB up to 160 GB SATA SSD (recommended) or 500 GB up to 1 TB SATA
  • Network Interface: Intel® I217LM Gigabit Network Connection
  • Supports Network Zero-Client Device

Recommended host PC Specifications

The following are the recommended system specifications for Userful Network Video Wall:

Processor: Intel Core i7
GPU: Intel HD 4000 series
RAM: 32 GB RAM
NIC: Integrated Intel Gigabit Network Card

Note: These guidelines are just the: guidelines. Userful recommends testing the software with the intended target hardware before deploying in a production setting.


HDMI Capture Card

If you plan to use HDMI Capture Session Container, you will need have Blackmagic Design Intensity Pro capture card installed in your host PC.

To buy the card you can contact your nearest reseller.