IHSE To Feature New Line of KVM Workstation Management at NAB

At NAB, IHSE will introduce a new line of high-performance KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) workstation management solutions. 

IHSE will debut the Draco vario Ultra HDMI 2.0 Extender for 4K video and USB keyboard and mouse extension over fiber or Cat-X connections. Based on the Fraunhofer IIS Lightweight Image (Lici) codec, the new Draco vario Ultra HDMI 2.0 extenders enable transmission of video sources with resolutions up to 4096 x 2160 at 60 hertz and full color depth (10 bit, 4:4:4).

Offered in several module types, Draco vario Ultra includes features such as looping outputs and redundant ports for maximum efficiency, whether used as point-to-point connections or integrated into IHSE's high-performance KVM switch systems.

Draco vario Remote IP CPU

Draco vario Remote IP CPU

KVM meets virtual machines with the Draco vario Remote IP CPU, which combines the functionality of a thin client with a KVM extender (transmitter) for KVM connectivity to an IP infrastructure. The Draco vario Remote IP CPU supports RDP, RemoteFX, SSH and VNC protocols to connect individual workstations to virtual machines as though they were accessing real PCs, with immediate access and single sign-on for ease of operation.

Also at the show, IHSE will promote the new Draco compact ultra, a prepackaged KVM matrix solution for HDMI 2.0. Supporting configurations from 16 x 8 to 32 x 16, the Draco compact ultra enables lightning-fast switching of HDMI 2.0 computer video with embedded stereo audio and USB-HID for keyboard and mouse connections.

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