IHSE USA reveals details of NAB Show offering

Draco tera compact UNI and Matrix Grid Board among tech to be showcased
IHSE's Draco tera compact UNI.
IHSE's Draco tera compact UNI.

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IHSE, a German-based global developer and manufacturer of advanced KVM devices, is set to showcase a broad range of products at NAB Show.

Among the products on show will be: Draco tera compact UNI — a universal matrix switch supporting KVM, SDI, and USB 3.0 sources; Matrix Grid Board — a custom IO card for the Draco tera enterprise. This product allows interconnects between multiple frames.

The Draco tera provides the option to switch any combination of 3G-SDI, USB 3.0 and ultra high definition KVM using an SFP modular design. Each port is designed around the IHSE flex-port technology which allows any port to be defined as an input or output.

The Matrix Grid Board, which features the new matrix grid I/O card, allows up to eight sources to be distributed between matrix frames using a single duplex fibre connection. This card can be installed in any slot on a Draco tera enterprise frame to create a distributed KVM switch design. As with all IHSE tera enterprise switch frames, signal formats such as DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB, audio and RS-232 can be combined and distributed through this card.

Visitors will also be able to see IHSE's Draco ultra DP, the first 4K DisplayPort KVM extender with a 60-Hz refresh rate in full colour depth; and the Draco U-Switch, which enables parallel switching of USB 2.0 data and USB-HID signals to multi-monitor workstations via keyboard commands, mouse movement or push buttons.

 

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