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Apantac Launches KVM Over IP And KVM For UHD Solutions

Apantac has expanded its KVM line of products and solutions with KVM over IP extender/receiver sets and KVM switches.

Apantac said its new KVM over IP extender/receiver set (Model: KVM-IP-Tx/Rx) is ideal for applications where multiple local computers need to be accessed from remote locations. This KVM solution can extend HDMI, DVI or analog VGA signals over CATx for point-to-point distribution up to 557 feet and up to 328 feet when using a GigE switch.

A second KVM over IP extender/receiver set (Model: KVM-2-IP-Tx/Rx) is a dual-head KVM extension solution for transmitting HDMI, DVI, VGA and USB keyboard and mouse over an IP LAN.

The KVM over IP Extenders are placed at the user-station or computer. The receivers sit with the remote user station with associated control devices such as the keyboard, mouse, touch-screen or other USB device. This solution allows users to extend KVM signals over long distances, providing them access to control room equipment and remote equipment, increasing operational efficiencies and productivity.

An eight input KM (keyboard, mouse) switch (Model: KM-8-UHD) provides a solution for switching signals seamlessly across eight computers. This combines eight independent desktops into a single and expanded virtual desktop with individual displays and provides easy control of multiple PCs and servers from a single keyboard, mouse and monitor.

An eight input HDMI 2.0/UHD KVM Switch with a single console (Model: KVM-8-UHD) is designed to switch eight HDMI 2.0 signals for UHD applications and can be switched and controlled across eight computers/servers.

The TAHOMA UE Series Multiviewers with KVM functions provides models (Models: UE-4-K/UE-8-K) that offer KVM support, accepts four or eight HDMI 2.0 inputs, delivers one or two HDMI and 12G outputs and multiple units can be cascaded together to expand the I/O.

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