Apantac To Launch KM Switch for openGear Platform

Apantac has announced that it will launch a new KM Switch for its openGear platform of solutions at NAB2019.

Apantac said that KVM switches are traditionally available as a standalone box in the rack unit. The new OG-KM is a hot swappable card for the openGear platform, which opens up many integration possibilities and simplifies a system design and installation.

The KM Switch allows a user to control and switch between four or eight computers with a single keyboard and mouse, including an extended desktop from the same graphics card.

Since the OG-KM is part of Apantac’s openGear range of solutions. Users can add multiviewer cards from Apantac and create a multiviewer with KVM functionality. The OG-KM switch can be combined with any of the following cards, regardless of whether the inputoutput required is SDI or HDMI.

The cards include the OG-MiniDE-II cascadable HDMI multiviewer, OG-MiniQ cascadable SDI multiviewer, OG-MicroQ SDI quad-split and OG-Mini-DL-X-X cascadable HDMI + SDI quad-split.

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