At the 2018 NAB Show IP-based KVM specialist Adder Technology demo-ed a new keyboard/video/mouse solution that eliminates the rack space required for a traditional KVM transmitter, cuts power and rack-room cooling requirements and costs about half as much as the conventional alternative.
The SVG and SVG Europe editorial teams were out in full force at last week’s NAB 2018, covering the biggest sports-technology news and delivering daily “SportsTechBuzz at NAB” roundups. Here is a look at the SportsTechBuzz from South Hall.
We regularly hear about AV and IT convergence in the AV industry. Services that were once the domain of AV specialists: like audio and video distribution, voice and video conferencing and in-room equipment control are migrating to IP-networks and coming under the domain of the IT department
Data Center Dynamics
Whether they are located at a data center or at the heart of an industrial, transportation or broadcast operation, control rooms are often high-pressured environments to work in.
One of the most significant shifts the broadcast industry has seen over recent years is the adoption of IP technology as a standard infrastructure across the entire broadcast workflow.
The increasing prevalence and publicity associated with cyber-attacks on large businesses and organisations is an international concern.
After a successful NAB last year, when much of its stand was powered by Adder Technology’s innovative KVM products, Ross Video decided to take the winning formula back to its new Customer Experience Centre and EMEA headquarters in Reading, UK.
Adder Technology, the IP-based, high performance KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) specialist, is demonstrating how its solutions are powering a range of global partners on booth SL4227 at NAB 2018.
The NAB Show is in full swing in Las Vegas, and the SVG and SVG Europe editorial teams are onsite, covering all the latest news from the show floor.
IP-based KVM specialist Adder Technology is demoing a new keyboard/video/mouse solution that eliminates the rack space required for a traditional KVM transmitter, cuts power and rack-room cooling requirements and costs about half as much as the conventional alternative.
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The investments have resulted in increasingly fast, robust and highly available IP networks used to transport audio and video signals across both wide and local area networks.