IHSE and VuWall Introduce KVM Management Systems and Wall Displays at NAB

IHSE has announced a partnership with VuWall for controlling, managing and collaborating on graphic information for video walls and multiscreen structures.

IHSE and VuWall said new partnership addresses a gap in the market, allowing companies to scale their KVM outputs to display walls or multi-view displays through a single integrated control interface.

The integration of the IHSE KVM matrix and VuWall systems makes it possible to control and visualize all sources from the matrix switcher onto the video wall. With this system, multiple sources can be switched and displayed simultaneously on the video wall.

The collaborative interface provides operators with all critical data and information at their fingertips from a single user interface. It's also possible to mix in other sources from other systems, such as IP streams, applications and websites.

At NAB, the company's demonstrated a VuWall system connected via an IHSE Draco vario compact matrix system and HDMI extenders. Multiple types of video sources were distributed through the KVM matrix and extended to a 2 x 2 wall display, where multiple sources were displayed simultaneously.

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