Aten adds 5K DisplayPort KVM over IP extenders

Aten has announced the launch of its 5K DisplayPort KVM over IP transmitter and receiver.

The KX9970 KVM over IP Extender is designed to enable real-time KVM over IP extension over long distances with 5K lossless video compression, zero-latency transmission, and colour depth up to 12 bits, making it suitable for control room applications, including broadcast centres, air traffic control (ATC), eSports applications, and more.

The KX9970 features real-time KVM over IP data transmission over up to 10 Gbps networks.

In order to meet the demands for professional TV broadcast post-production of high-definition video, the KX9970 provides 5K (up to 5120x1440@60 (4:4:4), 5120x2880@30 (4:4:4), and 4096x2160@60 (4:4:4)) image quality and colour depth up to 12 bits.

The KX9970's support for 1920x1080 @240 Hz / 2560x1440 @144 Hz allows broadcasting producers of eGaming tournaments to switch live between on-scene players and gaming feeds without experiencing any impactful lag or interruption while gaming video is being streamed. Furthermore, the KX9970 can also improve work efficiency at mission-critical ATC centres with its ability to display zero-latency and colour-accurate video on 2048 x 2048 monitors.

In addition, in tandem with CCKM (KVM over IP Matrix Manager), the operator at each remote console connected to a KX9970 receiver can benefit from ATEN's Panel Array Mode that enables simultaneous viewing of video sources from multiple transmitters from 2x2 to up to 6x6 multi-view layout on one screen.

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