Adder’s New VGA Addition Bridges Gap Between Legacy KVM and Digital Environments

Adder Technology has announced a new VGA addition to the popular ADDERLink Infinity 100T (ALIF100T) range.

Created in response to the ever-increasing customer demand, Adder Technology's latest version enables connectivity between legacy analogue and digital systems without the complexity and expense of additional convertors and adaptors.

Ideal for customers with analogue servers who are seeking to maximise their investment, the solution connects and transmits those video sources enabling them to be controlled from a single source. Consequently, users will be able to gradually migrate to digital without a major ‘rip and replace’ operation and continue to gain value from their existing technology investments.

Key features of the ALIF100T Range include:

  • Available with DVI, Display Port and VGA connectivity.
  • Zero U form factor – when rack space is a premium.
  • Direct or USB powered - no need for power distribution units.
  • Highly scalable – for customers looking to grow quickly.

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