Adder Technology is set to launch the AdderView DDX30 at this month's IBC2015, the latest innovation in high performance KVM (keyboard, video, mouse).
The award-winning AdderLink Infinity will also be on show across the RAI, enabling the IBC Info Channel and conference rooms with Adder returning as Official Technology Supporters.
The AdderView DDX matrix is compact, has a choice of DVI and DisplayPort transmitters, and provides up to 1920x1200 resolutions at 60FPS without loss. With extension distances of up to 50 meters, over a single standard CATx cable, it also features transparent EDID management, full-speed USB, and an intuitive GUI with Multiview thumbnail display.
Reality Check Systems have recently supplied technology for OB production trucks by combining RCS’ Bullet mobile graphic workstation with Adder’s high performance KVM solution to improve the user experiences for OB truck operators.
While more traditional KVM solutions needed to be configured, patched or customised for different tasks, this new KVM matrix provides 30 ports that can be shared and flexibly scaled between users and computers. This allows users to simply programme pre-set configurations at the touch of a button - the end result being that multiple users can use presets to easily switch between multiple computer sources.
“The key focus when we designed the new AdderView DDX30, was to make sure that our customers’ voices were heard,” said Jamie Shepperd, group marketing manager, Adder Technology. “This digital matrix product provides a pixel perfect, lossless matrix solution for discreet workgroups.”
Adder will be displaying its full range of connectivity and KVM solutions for broadcast - including the AdderLink Infinity Dual 2020, AdderLink Infinity Manager (A.I.M) version 4.0; AdderLink XD150, the Adder CCS-Pro4 and the new redundant power supply, the Adder RED PSU - on stand 7.C30 at IBC2015.