MultiDyne extends transmission distance with KVM-1000 transport system
06 June 2012
MultiDyne has announced the KVM-1000 transport system that utilises two multimode fibres to increase transmission distance limitations up to 1km.
The company will unveil the solution, designed for broadcast and pro AV applications at InfoComm 2012.
The system transports DVI/HDMI and USB and builds on the functionality of the company's original KVM-6000 solution.
The KVM-1000 is designed to transport computer graphics while extending computer control via USB. With the addition of audio transport via the HDMI stream, the KVM-1000 can provide remote access to all the functionality of a computer's desktop.
Enhanced USB 2.0 transport capabilities enable additional peripherals such as printers, scanners, and webcams. Through a graphical user interface, users can monitor and control the KVM-1000 as well as perform firmware updates. These functions can be accessed easily via a USB connector on the front panel of the system.
The KVM-1000 can be routed via MultiDyne's EOS-4000 Series of optical patch bays. The EOS-4000 supports all signals, providing users with a fresh new optical budget and increased operating distance at the patch.
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