Black Box To Introduce MCX AV-Over-IP System In Europe

At IBC2019, Black Box will introduce to Europe its MCX multimedia distribution and management system. 

Black Box said the new technology takes advantage of SDVoE and modern 10 GbE infrastructure to allow AV and data payloads to exist on the same IT networks.

Through advanced chipset technology, common control APIs and interoperability, SDVoE technology ensures zero latency and uncompromised video while offering significant cost savings along with enhanced system flexibility and scalability.

While enabling converged network AV, Black Box MCX ensures almost zero latency, instantaneous switching, bandwidth efficiency and high-quality video and audio. It simplifies and accelerates the process of consolidating AV and data on a single network, enabling organizations to reduce network management time and costs.

Rather than deploy an entirely new network, users can leverage existing infrastructure for delivery of better-quality audio and video.

At the show, the company will also showcase products across its Emerald Unified KVM (keyboard, mouse, video) portfolio. 

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