AVS-541 - Advantech

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Introduction to Advantech
AVS Series Products
Ken.Lin
Server-Grade IPC
Embedded Systems Group
03/29/2013
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01/03/2013: 1st version released.
01/24/2013:
Remark Matrox Mura MPX 3-year warranty in page 8.
Change AVS-542 model name to AVS-840 in page 10.
Enhance content of application story in page 19.
Add new application story in page 20.
Add naming rule in page 23.
01/30: Remove descriptions of applications on page 5, 6.
02/24/2013:
Correct AVS-541 input specification in page 10 & 15..
Correct AVS-240 and AVS-541 specifications in page 11.
Correct architecture of the 8 output & 8 input video wall and add animation in page 19.
Enhance content of control room application story in page 20.
Add reference presentation script in all pages.
03/29/2013:
Add S/W solutions in page 8.
Change title of and add video wall control S/W function animation in page 9.
Enhance contents of page 10, 11.
Change AVS-540 phase-in date to April in page 12.
Change AVS-541 supported Mura MPX-V16 number to 10 and analog input number to 160 in
page 12, 13 and 17.
Introduction to Video Wall
• Video Wall Simplified Definition
One large specialized display or an array of N x M displays
organized as one large visualization surface.
• Video Wall Controller Definition
The device that lets you capture, manipulate, and manage the
content displayed on your Video Wall.
N
Video Wall
Controller
M
NxM
Video Wall
Introduction to Video Wall
• Video Wall Controller Types By Input & Output
1. Video Wall Controller with Inputs & Outputs
Capturing video contents and display them on a video wall, such as
control rooms, command centers.
Video Wall Controller
Video
Outputs
Video
Iutputs
2. Video Wall Controller with Outputs Only
Simply displaying contents on a video wall such as digital signage, PIS,
stage background.
Video Wall Controller
Video
Outputs
Outputs Only Video Walls
Passenger Information System
Signage
Signage
Stage Background
Inputs & Outputs Video Walls
Transportation Control Room
Security Control Room
PSCADA Control Room
What is Advantech AVS Series
• Product Introduction
1. AVS series are pre-configured systems for video wall applications .
2. AVS series feature Matrox Mura MPX compatibility, industrial
reliability and value-added services to system integrators.
3. AVS series are designed to carry multiple Matrox Mura MPX and
bring their capabilities into full play.
AVS Series S/W Solutions
Stretch
Bezel Management
Clone
Independent
Desktop Divider
Rotation
Fit Customized
Resolution
Matrox PowerDesk
For The Video Wall Set
Up & Configuration
(Free)
Video Wall
Controller
Matrox MuraControl
For Video Wall Control &
Content Management
For iOS For Windows
(Free) (Nee to Buy)
(Wireless) Network Connection
Management
Devices
Matrox Mura Network API (Free)
For Connectivity Between Video Wall
Controller & Management Device
And 3rd party S/Ws…
Example of an AVS Based Video Wall
Switch
among
pre-set
layouts
the
window
Scrolling
text over
the video
wall wall
Moving
theScaling
Rotate
window
the
around
window
the
video
Scrolling Text Scroll
Set Top Box
PC 1 (Chart)
AVS-290
2. HDCP
PC 1 (Map)
VGA
3. DVI
WIFY
1. Composite
Management
Devices
CCTV Camera
AVS Series Product Features
1. Matrox Mura MPX Compatibility:
Validated by Matrox, BIOS design, PCIe signal quality, power supply
and thermal design can perfectly meet Mura’s strict requirements.
2. Industrial Reliability:
0 ~ 40°C Operating Temperature.
3. CE/FCC & UL/CB Certifications:
Certified with Mura MPX.
4. Flexibility:
Flexible configurations (options of Mura cards, CPU, memory, storage
devices.).
5. Longevity & Extended Warranty:
5~7 years life cycle plus Maximum 5 years warranty, up to 12 years
product support.
P.S. Matrox provides 3 years warranty to Mura MPX.
6. Remote Manageability:
Remotely monitor health status of and control the system.
AVS Series Value Proposition
• Value Proposition By S.I.’s Value Chain
• Mura MPX
Compatibility
• CE/FCC, UL/CB
Certified
• Flexible Configuration
Design The
Video Wall
• System Integration
Service
Install The
Video Wall
1. Shorten S.I.’s design
1. Reduces S.I.’s
phase.
assembly, test efforts.
2. Save S.I.’s certification 2. Ensured assembly
cost.
quality.
3. Make your own
video wall controller.
• Industrial Reliability
• Longevity & Extended
Warranty
• Remote Manageability
Service &
Maintenance
1. Longer MTBF, less RMA.
2. Make S.I.’s after-saleservice easier
3. Reduces S.I.’s on-site
maintenance effort.
AVS Series Products Roadmap
Available
Developing
Planning
Conceptual
40-Output
AVS-840
•4U System
•Supported 10 Mura MPX-4/X
•Outputs:40 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 40 Digital/Analog
•Intel® Xeon E3 series
•3*External 5.25” HDD + 1 external 3.5” HDD,
1 internal 3.5” HDD
20-Output
AVS-541
AVS-540
•4U System
•Supported 5 Mura MPX-4/X
•Outputs:20 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog
•Intel® Xeon® E5 2600 series
•3*External 5.25” HDD + 1* External 3.5” HDD
Apr‘13
8-Output
8-Output
AVS-240
•4U System
•Supported 2 Mura MPX-4/X
•Outputs 8 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 8 Digital/Analog
• Intel® Xeon® E5-2400 series
•3*External 5.25” HDD + 1* External 3.5” HDD
•4U System
•Supported 5 + 10 Mura MPX-V8/V16
•Outputs: Up to 20 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog + 160 Analog or 22 SDI
•Intel® Xeon® E3-1200V2 series
•3*External 5.25” HDD + 1 external 3.5” HDD,
1 internal 3.5” HDD
Jun‘13
AVS-290
•Wallmount/Desktop System
•Supported 2 Mura MPX-4/X
•Outputs: 8 Analog/Digital
•Inputs: 8 Analog/Digital
•Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 series
•1*External 5.25” HDD + 2* hot-swap 3.5” HDD,
1 internal 3.5” HDD
Sep‘13
AVS Series Products Comparison Table
Item
AVS-240
AVS-290
AVS-540
AVS-541
Phase-in
Available Now
Available Now
March 2013
September 2013
FormFactor
Mura
MPX
Support
Video
Outputs
4U Rack Mount
Wall
Mount/Desktop
4U Rack Mount
4U Rack Mount
Video
Inputs
2 Mura MPX-4/X
2 Mura MPX-4/X
5 Mura MPX-4/X
5 Mura MPX-4/X
10 Mura MPXV8/V16/SDI
8 Digital/Analog
8 Digital/Analog
20 Digital/Analog
20 Digital/Analog
20 Digital/Analog +
160 Analog or 22
SDI
8 Digital/Analog
8 Digital/Analog
20 Digital/Analog
CPU
Xeon E5 2400
Xeon E3 1200
Xeon E5 2600
Xeon E3 1200V2
Memory
96GB, ECC & REG
32GB, ECC
96GB, ECC & REG
16GB, ECC
1 PCIe x 16 (4/X)
Expansion 1 PCIe x 8 (4/X)
(Blue for 1 PCIe x 4
Mura)
1 PCIe x 1
2 PCI
1 PCIe x 16
(or 2 PCIe x 8) (4/X)
1 PCIe x 4
1 PCIe x 1
3 PCI
2 PCIe x 16
(or 4 PCIe x 8) (4/X) 5 PCIe x 8 (4/X)
1 PCIe x 8 (4/X)
11 PCIe x 4
1 PCIe x 4
(V8/V16/SDI)
1PCI
LAN
2
4
2
2
Manageabil
ity
IPMI
2.0/SUSIAccess
IPMI
2.0/SUSIAccess
IPMI
2.0/SUSIAccess
iAMT/SUSIAccess
AVS-240 Product Introduction
5.25” Drive Bay
3.5” Drive Bay
80 Plus
500W PSU
IPMI Port
Dual LANs
2 Mura MPX-4/X
Specification
• 4U Rack Mount
• Supports 2 Mura MPX-4/X
• Outputs: 8 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 8 Digital/Analog
• Xeon® E5 2400 up to 8C/16T
• DDR3 1333/1600 MHz up to 96GB
• 5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External
• 3.5” Drive Bay: 1 External
• Remote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccess
• PSU: 500W 80 Plus Single Power Supply
• Dual GbE LANs
• ATX motherboard inside
AVS-290 Product Introduction
Front View
Specification
• Wall Mount/Desktop
• Supports 2 Mura MPX-4/X
• Outputs: 8 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 8 Digital/Analog
• Xeon® E3 1200 up to 4C/8T
• DDR3 1333 MHz up to 32GB
• 5.25” Drive Bay: 1 External
• 3.5” Drive Bays: 2 Removable, 1 Internal
• Remote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccess
• PSU: 400W 80 Plus Single Power Supply
• Quad GbE LANs
• ATX motherboard inside
2 Mura MPX-4/X
Quad LANs
80 Plus
400W PSU
AVS-540 Product Introduction
5.25” Drive Bay
3.5” Drive Bay
80 Plus
700W PSU
IPMI Port
Dual LANs
5 Mura MPX-4/X
Specification
• 4U Rack Mount
• Supports 5 Mura MPX-4/X
• Outputs: 20 Digital/Analog
• Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog
• Xeon® E5 2600 up to 8C/16T
• DDR3 1333/1600 MHz up to 96GB
• 5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External
• 3.5” Drive Bay: 1 External
• Remote Management: IPMI, SUSIAccess
• PSU: 700W 80 Plus Single Power Supply
• Dual GbE LANs
• ATX motherboard inside
AVS-541 Product Introduction
Specification
Front View
• Form-Factor: 4U Rack Mount
• Mura Support: 5 Mura MPX-4/X, 10 Mura MPXV8/V16
• Video Outputs: Up to 20 Digital/Analog
• Video Inputs: 20 Digital/Analog + 160 Analog
• Processor: Intel® Xeon® E3 1200V2 up to 4C/8T
• Memory: DDR3 1333 MHz up to 16GB
• 5.25” Drive Bay: 3 External
• 3.5” Drive Bay: 1 External, 1 Internal
• Remote Management: iAMT, SUSIAccess
• PSU: 810W Front Accessible 3+1 Redundant PSU
• Dual GbE LANs
•Ordering
PICMG 1.3 SHB
inside
Information
Rear View
10 Mura MPX-V8/V16/SDI
Advantech P/N
Description
AVS-541-00A1E
4U Rackmount Xeon E3-1200V2 Video Wall Controller
Supporting 5 +11 Matrox Mura MPX
1960047831N001
Cooler for Xeon E3-1200V2 series CPU with TDP Up To
95W
Dual LANs
5 Mura MPX-4/X
Optional Parts for AVS Series
Part Number
Specification
IDE-3120E
1. Converting one 3.5” drive bay to two 2.5” drive
bays
2. Hot-swappable
IDE-5230E
1. Converting two 5.25” drive bays to three 2.5”
drive bays
2. Hot-swappable
1. Converting one 5.25” drive bays to four 2.5”
drive bays
96RACK-5SS-CAGE-CR
2. Hot-swappable
You can also choose CPU, memory, HDD or even Mura cards to configure your won
video wall controller, configuration is NOT FIXED.
Matrox Mura MPX Product Introduction
1. Full Duplex PCI-Express Gen2 bandwidth.
2. First architecture to combine INPUT and OUPUT channels on the same HD cards.
3. Provide load balancing options for unparalleled HD captured stream performance.
4. Support HDCP.
5. Network API for remotely controlling the video wall.
6. Long life.
MPX 4/0: 4 HD Outputs
MPX SDI: 2 HD Outputs plus 2 Native 3G SDI Inputs
MPX VID16: 16 Standard Definition Inputs
MPX 4/2: 4 HD Outputs plus 2 HD Inputs
MPX 4/4: 4 HD Outputs plus 4 HD Inputs
(a market-leading 8 HD channels per card!!!)
MPX VID8: 8 Standard Definition Inputs
Competitor Analysis
Item
Advantech + Matrox
Datapath
Offerin
g
Video Wall Controllers
3rd Party Software
Video Cards
MB/Chassis
Video Wall Controllers
Own-brand Software
Video Cards
MB
Max.
Output
s
20
64
288
120
Flexibili
ty
Flexible Configuration
Flexible Configuration
Fixed Configuration
Fixed Configuration
Price
Medium
Medium to Low
Very High
High
Sys. Op.
Temp.
0~40°C
0~35°C
0~35°C
0~40°C
HD
Excellent HD
Capabil
Performance
ity
Normal HD
Performance
Barco
Jupiter
Video Wall Controllers
Video Wall Controllers
Own-brand Software
Own-brand Software
Displays (DLP, LCD)
Control Room
Services
Excellent HD
Performance
High
performance/cost
Cost effective.
ratio.
High performance.
Medium wall
Big Wall Capability.
Strengt Flexibility for all
Capability.
Note
40 outputs solution will be available in Q3 2013.
h 1: Newdemands.
Vertically Integrated
rd party S/W
Flexibility
forand
allS/W after sale service.
Note 2: Matrox
partner
can
support
buying
3
Using latest CPU
Solution
demands.
technology.
Industrial Reliability.
Good HD
Performance
Good performance.
Big Wall Capability.
Industrial Reliability.
Application – Control Room
The video wall controller captures videos from operator’s PCs and show them on the
video wall for collaborative operation.
P.S. The operator PCs and video wall controller are usually put in a computer room which is separated from operator’s work-space
for centralized management and preventing noise or heat from bothering the operators. Operators control their PCs by KVM
extension solutions.
The Computer Room
Video Wall Controller
…
KVM
Extensions
Operator PCs
Application – Conference Room
In oil & gas industry, complex numerical analysis and 3D geometry modeling are done
by HPCs, video outputs of HPCs can be captured and displayed on a video wall made
by projectors, by putting computing results together, experts can view all data at the
same time, easier to discuss and compare them, by this way decision making will be
more efficient.
Projectors
Video Wall
Controller
Video Outputs of
3D Models
HPCs
KVM Extension
Solution
Experts
FAQ
1. What’s the difference between Matrox Mura cards and nVIDIA, ATi
graphics cards?
<Answer> Mura features not only output but also INPUT capabilities, it
can also flexibly move, scale or organize captured videos on the wall.
Commercial graphics cards are only good at local rendering, multiple
outputs (< 8 outputs), not suitable for control room applications.
2. What’s the difference between NVR, DVR and video wall controller?
<Answer> NVR, DVR are to capture, encode and store video data, they
are used in surveillance systems. Video wall controllers is to capture
videos and real-timely, flexibly display them on the wall, it is used in
control rooms or command centers.
FAQ
3. What’s the difference between Matrox Mura cards and Advantech
DSP cards?
<Answer> Advantech DSP card features video processing capabilities
such as encoding, decoding or manipulating video data; Mura card
features video input, output capabilities without involving encoding or
decoding. It requires strong capability to port DSP card S/W (only K.A.
can do) but Mura card has complete off the shelf S/Ws, so even small
S.I. can use Mura card solutions.
Naming Rule for AVS Series Products
• AVS-540-00A1E
AVS-abc-deA1E
- AVS: Prefix for Advantech Video Wall Controllers
- a: Video wall size, 2 for less than 8 cubes, 5 for 9~20 cubes, 8 for more than 21 cubes.
- b: Chassis form factor, 2 for 2U, 4 for 4U, 5 for 5 U, 9 for wall mount.
- c: Serial number, 0~9.
- de: Reserved, default is 00.
- A1: for revision.
- E: for RoHS compliant.
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