Black Box to Expand Emerald SE IP-Based KVM System at NAB New York

 Black Box will demonstrate the continuing development of the Emerald SE IP-Based KVM System at NAB New York.

The Black Box Emerald SE enables high-performance and scalable connectivity in both traditional and virtualized environments and offers the freedom to customize its features to meet application requirements. It joins a product family that already boasts the powerful Emerald 4K Transmitters and Receivers.

The new addition demonstrates how Black Box continues to expand upon the Emerald Unified KVM Family with new solutions that support centralized connectivity.

“The Emerald SE IP-Based KVM System is a solution that gives users the power to pick the exact KVM functionality they require to support their applications,” said Josh Whitney, senior vice president at Black Box.

Emerald SE is flexible and completely customizable through a software license option. As new license features are added to meet market demands, customers will be able to easily add them, protecting their investments through future-proof features.

Features include the allowance of mathematically lossless video to be displayed, virtualized workflows through the PCoIP protocol to connect to virtual machines and VMware, sharing the same virtual machine between multiple users with keyboard and mouse control and the creation of a group of resources to switch as one.

The Emerald will be on show at NAB NY 2018.

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