G&D North America To Show KVM Systems At The HPA Tech Retreat

G&D North America said it will show the latest KVM technologies for broadcast and cinema professionals at this year’s HPA Tech Retreat from February 17 to 20, 2020 in Palm Springs, CA.

G&D said it will advise attendees on finding ideal KVM equipment fitting their individual requirements and applications while highlighting configuration and operation through its new HTML, web based tool, Config Panel 21.

G&D will show ControlCenter-IP for extending and switching real 4K over IP.

The company's matrix for KVM-over-IP allows operators to access their computers in real time from remote locations.

G&D’s matrix systems use the in-house HDIP compression technology in the latest development stage, Level 3, which allows the loss-less transmission of video signals with a resolution of 4K at 60Hz. Computers can be operated with zero latency.

All G&D systems come with the configuration tool Config Panel 21, a Java-free tool, that includes features such as setup and update wizards for complex installations. 

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