at the heart of the digital environment
DVS design, manufacture, install and manage the technology that makes an effective and reliable business.
If your business is within the Retail, Museum, Broadcast and Event arenas, we need to talk.
DVS end clients are some of the most recognised in the world and by working closely together, DVS have helped enhance their visual experiences. More than ever, digital delivery within a space, plays a crucial and essential role in presenting the narrative of an object or environment.
PIXERA ONLINE TRAINING (EN) - 16 - 17 February 20224th February 2022
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Take advantage of the experience of our trainers and let them show you what PIXERA has got to offer. Learn the necessary skills for your future projects and ideas. Find out how simple it is to realize your and your clients’ project goals in the field of professional media integration.
PCIe Gen4 - RAID0 NVMe SSDs15th June 2021
Following on from our PCIE GEN 4.0 - IMPACT FOR MEDIA SERVERS news article, we tested four different high performance 1TB PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSDs setup in RAID 0 ( Stripped ) and the results are excellent! See the full article for more detail.Read More
CHICAGO MUSEUM UPGRADES WITH AV STUMPFL's AWESOME PIXERAmini9th June 2021
PIXERA control2nd June 2021
PIXERA users will notice a new tab in the main PIXERA interface. This "control" tab is your gateway to a user friendly and versatile platform that allows you to interact more directly with the incredibly powerful PIXERA API.
One could also call it a distributed integration and control framework that empowers users to seamlessly host new functionalities within PIXERA and to control all aspects of an extended project environment.
Anything you create and integrate can be distributed across your connected systems and shares itself.
Your control setups can also be freely configured and allow you to create connections between multiple media technologies.
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PCIe Gen 4.0 - Impact for Media Servers7th May 2021
PCI Express 4.0 has been available for quite a few months now ( AMD being very quick to adopt and integrate it ). But with Intel's Rocket Lake processors, as well as the latest offering from both AMD and nVidia, PCI Express 4.0 will soon be the default on new systems of all types and specifications.
In this article, we take a quick look at the performance of PCIe 4.0 as well as some other technologies that can utilise it and may impact the next generation media server going forward.