Thinklogical to Introduce Uncompressed 4K and KVM Systems at NAB 2018

At NAB, Thinklogical will introduce the TLX family of switching and extension solutions, for uncompressed, high resolution video and KVM systems over fewer cables.

Thinklogical said the TLX hybrid switching solutions (fiber and CATx) start at 12 ports and scale up to 640 ports. The TLX product line provides 10Gbps bandwidth per port to preserve signal integrity and provide uncompressed, high resolution video with no artifacts, latency or lost frames.

The TLX product family offers features to enhance ease of integration. These include a higher bandwidth solution to address new video resolutions and

to prepare for future, unknown protocols. The system reduces system cabling by half.

It offers a single display up to 4096x2160 @ 30Hz with full 4:4:4 color depth, over a single fiber or CATx cable; a single display up to 4096x2160 @ 60Hz with full 4:4:4 color depth, over two fibers or CATx cables (or dual displays up to 4096x2160 @ 30Hz with full 4:4:4 color depth), and dual displays up to 4096x2160 @ 60Hz with full 4:4:4 color depth, over four fibers or CATx cables.

A dual connector offers support for both HDMI and DisplayPort, reduces the number of extenders and converter cables required and enables users to future-proof system designs. A DisplayPort Connector HDMI Connector is installed on every video and KVM extender module.

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