Adder demos KVM for command and control

AdderView DDX KVM matrix

KVM specialist Adder will demonstrate a redundant, reconfigurable and lossless KVM infrastructure for command and control at the ISE show in in Amsterdam.

The matrix system for the extension of video, USB and audio together with a redundant power solution will be shown alongside the company’s range of IP-based KVM products. This will include the Adder RED-PSU that provides a 1U, 19-in rack mountable redundant power solution and features 16 lockable power outputs, two hot-swappable power modules, a web interface and intelligent load balancing.

Also on stand will be the AdderView DDX30, a compact and flexible digital matrix product that provides full HD (1920x1080) support at 60FPS with extension distances of up to 50 metres, over a single standard CATx cable. It also features transparent EDID management, full-speed USB and a GUI with multi-view thumbnail display of computer sources. The matrix also includes 30 ports which can be shared and flexibly scaled between users and computers.

The company will exhibit on stand 10-R130 at the show that will be held at the RAI, February 9 – 12, 2016.