Featuring a network-centric, command-line interface, the Network API contains a comprehensive list of text-based commands designed to eliminate low-level coding typically required for developing remote video wall controller management applications (ex: assigning system memory, managing hardware resources, etc.). This drastically minimizes programming requirements and enables fast and easy software development, so developers with even basic-level coding skills can effortlessly start writing video wall scripts and commands.
Leveraging the Telnet network protocol means the Network API experience can run on any Telnet client application, hardware device, operating system, and standard Ethernet LAN—ensuring interoperability and facilitating deployment in virtually any environment. For secure installations that block Telnet, or when there is no network available, the Network API also supports RS-232 serial communication. The Network API supports the HTTP/HTTPS protocol to encrypt communication between the remote system and the appliance.