Monitors AnyWhere | Network Video Wall - How to setup a cost effective Videowall using Monitors AnyWhere
Video Walls are created from a combination of multiple screens of the same size arranged in various arrays to create one large screen on which you can project movies, advertisements or any other information you want to present.You can set up Video Walls easily and efficiently with Monitors AnyWhere. No need to connect the PC next to the screens anymore. Just connect zero clients to each screen and have multiple screens controlled from a single PC.
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Network Video Wall

Control Rooms

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Controlled from a Standard PC


Video walls are becoming more and more popular in a large variety of verticals mainly as a result of new and innovative solutions that enable more capabilities in lower prices and higher accessibility.

Yet, the majority of organizations are still using controllers or Video Walls servers for their installations. Usually the results are disappointing: prices are still very high, centrally managing the units remains difficult and expansion of systems by end customers is impossible.

The first Windows-based Network Video Wall system

With Monitors AnyWhere’s Network Video Wall:

Use a standard PC to manage your Video Walls

You don't need to install any additional video cards on the host PC

No need for those splitters, cable extenders or any cumbersome infrastructure

Enjoy the freedom of placing the central PC anywhere within the local area network

Easily create eye catching video walls that runs Videos, Images, HTML5 content

and a variety of external sources

How does it work?

Monitors AnyWhere runs over a  HDMI over LAN  technology. HDMI over LAN zero clients replace graphic cards and connect a central computer to each TV Screen, through a local network.

Each zero client has its own unique IP address permitting Monitors AnyWhere to communicate directly between the PC and the displays – No additional hardware is needed on the central PC.

Using our dedicated software you can search the network and connect the HDMI over LAN component to the computer – just like adding physical display adaptors!


Monitors Anywhere takes advantage of existing functionality within operating systems called Extended Desktop Mode, through which different content can be displayed simultaneously on multiple screens which are connected to only one computer.

The remote monitors – distributed throughout your establishment – are controlled and fed by the Monitors AnyWhere central control system.

For more information go to our Quick Setup Guide for the Network Video Wall

Tech Specs

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Windows 7 32bit/64bit, Server 2008R2, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10 32bit/64bit, Server 2012 R2

The host PC can be either Physical or Virtual. Read more here


For Video Walls we would recommend using a standard Core i7, at least 4th generation.

In addition, for better performance we would recommend adding a single HD graphic display adaptor from nVidia or AMD,

which will off-load the CPU’s graphic processor.


At least 6Gb.

Please check our system configuration guide lines for more information.


Gigabit Ethernet network.

Please note:

HDMI over LAN zero clients supported by Monitors AnyWhere

The following HDMI over LAN zero clients are tailored to work with the Monitors AnyWhere solution:

  • Centerm C75 v1 and v2 Zero Client (Based on SMSC chip set)
  • ThinGlobal MiniPoint Ethernet Adaptor (based on SMSC chip set)
  • HP T200 Zero Client (based on SMSC chip set)
  • Atrust m320 Zero Client (based on SMSC chip set)
  • Atrust m220 Zero Client (based on DisplayLink chip set)
  • GoodWay AE6210A1 Gigabit Ethernet to DVI Adapter (based on DisplayLink chip set)
  • VideoHome Z-client 1080 (based on DisplayLink chip set)
  • StarTech IPUSB2HD2 or IPUSB2VGA (based on DisplayLink chip set)
  • PHiStek ZE6000 and ZE5000 Gigabit Ethernet Adaptor (based on SMSC chip set)
  • LKV376 PC to HDMI over LAN (based on SMSC chip set)


For more information, see our Partners section

HDMI over LAN technology

HDMI over LAN zero clients must be located in the same LAN network segment (same subnet or VLAN) with the host PC.

Otherwise, certain rules should be added on the firewall in order for it to work properly over different VLANs.

Please contact us for more information.




Software requirements

.Net Framework 4.5.1 and above must be installed and enabled on the computer running Monitors AnyWhere.

Quick Access to :


  • To download Monitors AnyWhere fully-functional, 30-day evaluation version (Controls up to 3 remote displays), please fill out the form and you’ll be forwaded to a download page.
  • Make effective use of our instructional videos and online manuals, located in our Online Knowledg Base, that demonstrate how to install and use our software.
  • Read more about the new features, enahancements and bug fixes in our Release Notes section.
  • NEW Would you like to evaluate our software but you don’t have a zero client or a display card with multiple outputs?


Now you can use our Screen Emulator to easily add virtual screens to your system and test our software!

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