Datapath’s New 4K Graphics Card Delivers Multiple Output Options


Datapath, multi award-winning engineers of visual solutions, has launched a new flagship graphics card for pro AV applications, capable of powering ‘true’ 4K content on four displays from a single card.

The aptly-named Image4K graphics card has been designed by Datapath’s engineers to provide the ultimate flexibility and power for multi-display 4K installations. Up to six cards can be used in Datapath systems, providing a potential output of 24 displays – all in full 4K60 4:4:4. Connectivity comes from HDMI 2.0, with support for HDCP 2.2.

Datapath product manager, Ben Dale, says: “4K projects are now becoming the industry standard. We have added to our 4K portfolio with a card that can cope with the demands of today and tomorrow, with great versatility for multi-display applications.”

He adds: “We have trialled the Image4K extensively with customers and it has exceeded all expectations. We are proud to launch it to the market.”

The card is fully compliant with Datapath’s Display Configuration Tool (DDCT), Diagnostic Suite and WallControl 10 video wall management software.

More details on the Image4K can be found here:


Derby, UK, (03 October 2019) – Datapath Ltd

About Datapath

Datapath is a world leader in control technologies for creative multi-display video walls, small- to medium-scale video walls in enterprise collaboration environments, and command and control room video walls of any scale. Founded in 1982 and now distributing across 5 continents, Datapath has customers in more than 100 countries Worldwide; covering multiple industries such as professional audio and video, military, education, security and health care. Datapath is a privately held company, with a head office in Derby UK, plus sales and support offices in USA, France, Germany, Japan and China. By listening carefully to customers, continuous improvement, and putting quality into everything we do first, Datapath solutions are Excellent by Design.


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