G&D Has New Remote Product Showcase

The KVM manufacturer has a new control room for showing customers how G&D KVM equipment works in a live environment.

In the ControlCenter-Xperience, G&D will present their equipment on site – but also remotely via live video. In the future, the company will be able to offer its customers and partners a platform for personal live consulting on a real control room application and present its product range, independent of time and place.

The ControlCenter-Xperience showcases a complete control room setup from which any computer equipment has been moved to a separate technology room. The main focus will be on the interaction of both the most diverse systems and technologies and customers or partners and the company as a consultant. Among other things, visitors can experience user-friendly functions for perfect control room applications, intelligent control options via API, and solutions for optimal control of video walls. Reservations for live demos can be made at https://xperience.gdsys.com

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