Adder KVM Technology Powering NewTek

Adder Technology said NewTek, a leader in software-driven video production technology, uses Adder’s KVM technology to help run its end-to-end IP workflow.

Adder’s ADDERLink Range of KVM extenders is being used to power the latest version of NewTek’s TriCaster TC1, a complete production system for producing programs, performances, events and live sports in 4K ultra high definition (UHD) resolution with support for native 2160p video at 60 frames per second.

“The highly reliable, plug-and-play design of Adder KVM extenders makes them extremely easy to use, helping our customers with everything they need to create professional video programs up to and including UHD, 4K and multiple screen configurations,” said Will Waters, senior director of IP workflow at NewTek.

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