IHSE USA Shows Real-Time KVM Workflow Solutions

Highlights of its Infocomm exhibit include Draco MultiView 4K60 processor, Draco tera flex series KVM matrix systems, Draco vario ultra DisplayPort 1.1 dual-head extender, and Draco vario ultra HDMI 2.0 extenders.

Dan Holland, marketing manager at IHSE USA, said: “Todays ‘anywhere’ connected facilities require highly secure, completely reliable information systems that enable instant access to hundreds of sources from dedicated output devices, while applications such as training simulations rely on the distribution of video content at the highest possible resolution and with no latency or video artifacts.

“Our Draco MultiView 4K60, tera flex matrix switch, and vario DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 extenders can meet the needs of both. Not only do IHSE systems provide a high level of security — including access control lists — and extremely fast switching for increased efficiency, but they also ensure that content is transmitted in pristine quality.”

The Draco MultiView 4K60 enables simultaneous operation of four computers displayed on a single display with full access from a single keyboard and mouse.

Introduced in 2020, the Draco tera flex KVM matrix systems ranges from 16 ports to 160 ports and incorporates several advanced features from the Draco tera enterprise series.

For high-end workstations utilizing multiple displays, the Draco vario ultra DisplayPort 1.1 dual-head KVM extender enables visually lossless extension of two high-resolution DisplayPort signals and a keyboard and mouse connected over a single duplex fiber optic or Cat-X cable.

The Draco vario ultra HDMI 2.0 extender gives users real-time access to HDMI computers from a remote workstation.

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