Ross Video Uses Adder KVM to Power UK Demo Suite

Ross Video is using Adder Technology’s KVM products in its new Customer Experience Center and EMEA headquarters in Reading, UK.

Adder's ADDERView DDX30 KVM matrix switch systems now power Ross Video’s new state-of-the-art demo suite. Ross is able to switch between and control the numerous computers required to demonstrate the breadth of features it offers.

Stuart Russell, Ross Video’s senior communications manager, said the new EMEA home in Reading reflects his company’s approach to technology. “Adder’s technology is enabling us to use our demo suite as a showcase for the most comprehensive range of broadcast technology solutions in the market.”

Caleb Hooper, vice president of business development and product marketing for Adder Technology, said “the partnership between our companies ensures that we are not only able to offer Ross Video access to the Adder technical team to come up with solutions where there is a definite need for KVM, but we can also proactively engage with its customers and prospects who are likely to also have a KVM requirement.”

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