G&D Presents Cutting-Edge KVM Systems at Broadcast Asia 2019

At Broadcast Asia 2019, Guntermann & Drunck will be presenting innovative KVM technologies for broadcast professionals. They will demonstrate how to efficiently deploy large, distributed IT installations to achieve a high degree of flexibility and scalability for TV stations, post-producers or OB vans.

One of the must-see‘s at the Guntermann & Drunck booth will be the new ControlCenter-IP. This all new 1Gb KVM-over-IP matrix switching system offers pixel perfect video transmission and ultra-low latency. 

The system enables highly scalable and flexible distributed switching of computer signals via standard IP-based networks and over existing network infrastructures. The company's new KVM-over-IP matrix switching system offers Broadcaster’s platform-independent, operation and extensive interoperability. 

G&D's fully IP based ControlCenter-IP

G&D's fully IP based ControlCenter-IP

The fully IP based system consists of the ControlCenter-IP and the recently released IP extenders that form a powerful matrix to transmit KVM-over-IP. By using standard, 1 Gb network components, existing or new IT structures can now be implemented and scaled easily with added design flexibility.

Just as network infrastructure takes over the transport of IP packets, the ControlCenter-IP contributes the system management logic.

The new G&D system for KVM-over-IP extends real 4K over IP and ensures pixel-perfect video transmission for DisplayPort 1.2 signals for resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz. In addition to solutions for DP 1.2, the company also offers modules for DVI single and dual link as well as DP 1.1 with support for all common resolutions. All of them are utilizing G&D’s technologies for minimizing latency while still providing lossless images.

The company will be also be presenting its extensive classic KVM portfolio. The KVM matrix switches, ControlCenter-Digital and ControlCenter-Compact, create the backbone of the computer infrastructure by allowing flexible, distributed access of producers to outsourced computers – remote, pixel-perfect and, of course, free of latency and delay. Both systems enable the transmission of video signals with a resolution of 4K at 60Hz – with optimal image quality and latency-free operation.

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