Adder Launches World First 4K KVM Technology for Broadcast

Adder Technology has announced the world’s first dual-head, high performance 4K IP KVM matrix over a single fiber; the ADDERLink INFINITY 4000 Series (ALIF4000),

With the ever increasing demand for 4K content, the adoption of 4K technology continues to rise dramatically, therefore Adder's ALIF4000 series launch is perfectly timed to support IP KVM users as they move to 4K environments.

Fully compatible with the existing INFINITY range, the solution can be phased in to an existing network without disruption, downtime or the costly need to rip and replace. Delivering pixel-perfect picture quality, audio and USB to single or dual 4K screens over a single fiber link, the solution boasts support for mixed 1Gb and 10Gb networks.

The ALIF4000 series simplifies the adoption and efficiency of 4K IP KVM by offering 4K, USB and audio all through a single fiber connection; providing an ideal solution for anyone looking to implement single or dual 4K screens into an IP KVM environment. 

The solution has been created to help organisations across a wide range of industries integrate 4K content into their everyday work quickly and efficiently. Its features include:

  • Dual-head 4K, video, audio and USB over a single fiber connection
  • Easy migration to 4K without costly rip and replace
  • Pixel-perfect, color accurate at 4K60
  • Proven to meet 4K content demand
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