Aten launches remote working systems

Aten has debuted a range of remote working systems to allow for remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aten highlighted its VP2120 seamless presentation switch, incorporating a video matrix switch, AV streaming, audio mixing and collaborative functions. By the using the Aten video presentation control app, allowing four participants in the same network to join a meeting and share content simultaneously using individual devices with secure connections. 

Aten’s CN9600/CN8000A/CN8600 KVM over IP switches allow for remote access of digital video, audio and virtual media by using remote control of a PC or workstation. The integration of Aten’s KVM over IP switches allow users to work remotely without installing additional software, with dual LAN dual power for redundancy, remote data access with data encryption and support for PC video resolution up to 1920x1200. 

aTEN c9600

The Aten US3342 two-port USB-C Gen-Two sharing switch with power passthrough allows users to share data between four USB devices on two USB-C enabled laptops, with one set of keyboard, monitor and mouse to control two systems and share data. 
Cross-system data transfer is supported, including Windows to Mac, Mac to Mac and Windows (newer version) to Windows (older version) or vice versa. 

Aten US3342

A range of USB docking stations are also available, alongside Aten’s UC3020 which allows existing cameras to be turned into webcams. The UC3020 captures unencrypted HDMI video signal from a camcorder or DSLR up to 1080P@60 and supports live video streaming, webcasting and video conferencing via platforms such as Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and Skype. 

Aten uc3020

The UC9020 StreamLive HD multi-channel AV mixer allows for users to download the OnAir app on an iPad for preview and program monitoring, changing video layout in full screen/PBP/PIP settings, as well as the ability to add image and subtitle overlays and scene transitions. 

Aten UC9020
Presets for up to eight scenes can be accessed for use while streaming and during performances, allowing for ‘storyboard-like’ management. 
 

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