Essential Guide: Advanced Hybrid KVM

November 17th 2021 - 09:30 AM
Tony Orme, Editor, The Broadcast Bridge

As users return to the studio and office the need to work remotely is more powerful now than ever. Hybrid is the new way of working and computing innovation is rising to the challenge to provide broadcast users with easy to use, and secure operations from their local PC/Workstation.

Hybrid working not only delivers more flexible methods of broadcast operation but also provides managers with the opportunity to build international teams that are right for the job, instead of being restricted to those available within the locality of the broadcast facility.

To achieve this, high levels of security, low latency and outstanding video and audio quality is now available through the new breed of software-KVM remote computing. As there are no physical hardware encoders required, remote operation is available from public cloud servers as well as private datacenters.

This Essential Guide, sponsored by Teradici, explains how the new breed of software-KVM remote computing is making a massive impact in broadcast workflows. It describes security, flexible operations, and cloud servers, and how they can be easily remoted to local PC/workstations without users needing a deep technical knowledge of VPN and media encryption.

Download this Essential Guide today if you are a broadcast engineer, technologist, or their manager and you need to build hybrid operations to empower international remote users in a hybrid broadcast environment.

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