IHSE To Showcase R488 Draco Vario IP Con For Remote Access

The IHSE R488 Draco vario Remote IP CON takes the functionality of an IP-KVM (keyboard, video, and mouse) adapter and integrates it as an emulated direct-connect CON extender (receiver).

IHSE said the space-saving solution is compatible with the Draco enterprise and compact matrix switch series. With the R488 Series extender module, users can access a KVM matrix system from remote locations using secure connections linked through a standard TCP/IP connection.

IHSE's R488 is based on IHSE's Secure IP Remote Access (SIRA) Gateway technology for KVM network distribution. The new SIRA Gateway adds more flexibility to the Draco tera matrix series without sacrificing the philosophy of isolating the core matrix and signal management from TCP/IP. Encrypted signal transmission via IP ensures protection of intellectual property while still offering the most flexible access to matrices connected from remote locations via private or public networks.

Because the SIRA Gateway uses TCP/IP for its communications protocol across the internet and translates it to the IHSE closed-loop protocol, computers connected to the fixed KVM switch can be accessed whether the computer is located in the same office or building, or in another city or country. The R488 SIRA KVM-over-IP connection provides 50 millisecond latency to support superior response for broadcast and other dynamic video applications. 

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