IHSE puts picture quality in the frame

KVM product specialist aims to boost efficiency for clients
Dan Holland, IHSE.
Dan Holland, IHSE.


IHSE, a provider of keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) products supporting long distance signal extension and switching, will keep a strong focus on products that support the best possible picture quality while improving efficiency, at IBC.

“What IBC visitors will find at the IHSE booth this year are products supporting higher resolutions, impressive picture quality and the best efficiency of managing multiple signal formats while reducing the overall production cost of a digital eco system for shared resources,” said Dan Holland, marketing manager at IBC. “IHSE has been working closely with industry leaders like Avid, Vizrt, DNF and others to integrate a more efficient use of KVM within workstations for audio mixing, graphics design, editing, recording and playback.”

He added that visitors will find a wide array of upgraded product offerings for 4K60 full 4:4:4 video formats, KVM with SDI-follow options, professional digital audio upgrade cards, and universal matrix switch frames supporting 6G-SDI and USB 3.0 formats. “We also anticipate customers who already know IHSE will be impressed with our new control interface development with 3rd party systems like LAWO’s VSM and HRS Control’s Enterprise pro AV control system,” Holland added.

The company’s technology is deployed worldwide by public and private organisations such as broadcasting, post production, government and military, medical, air traffic control, financial, and oil and petroleum industries.


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