Adder to show developments in IP-based KVM at IBC 2016

Adder C-USB LAN extender

Adder Technology, the KVM specialist, will be demonstrating the performance of IP-based KVM and its benefits on stand at IBC 2016.

The AdderLink XDIP extender is a high performance AV extender that offers USB and audio over a single CatX cable, the AdderLink XDIP enables remote access to critical computing, while extending the desktop experience. 

Another featured product is the Adder C-USB LAN network extender. Able to be integrated into the AdderLink Infinity Manager or sit alone it delivers high-speed USB2.0 extension at 480 megabits per second, the extender is suitable for file ingest from cameras or other USB devices.

The Adder C-USB LAN will form part of a larger demonstration on stand to demonstrate the value that IP-based KVM can bring to the broadcast ecosystem.

Other highlights at the show will include:

•         The AdderLink XD150FX fibre extender, a high-performance point-to-point fibre extender with USB2.0 that can transmit high quality video — up to 2560x1600 — and analogue audio over fibre optic cable. The extender enables users to locate critical computing hardware away from workspaces in an access and temperature controlled environment. This latest addition to the range includes a built-in level of IP control with the inclusion of a network port, which enables it to be controlled by other systems.
•         Adder RED-PSU power distribution unit, with optional redundancy. The newly launched 19 inch rack-mountable solution features 8/16 lockable power outputs, two hot-swappable power modules, a web interface and intelligent load balancing for 24/7 reliability.
•         A VGA computer access module (CAM) that complements the range of modules available for the AdderView DDX matrix. The VGA CAM is designed specifically for use with the AdderView DDX range, a compact and flexible digital matrix solution. This new module supports VGA connections which ensures all DDX matrix systems can now flexibly handle both analogue and digital sources.