The new version of the high-performance KVM-over-IP extender is now available with high performant video transmission for resolutions up to 4K60 and comes in a smaller housing.
Compared to its previous models, the VisionXS uses standard networks at up to 10Gbit/s. This, says G&D, means fast videos and frequently changing image content now require significantly less compression therefore improving the user experience.
The console modules of the VisionXS series are significantly smaller for applications needing less space. The device has an integrated IP-MUX function enabling one console to manage several target IP addresses of up to 20 computer sources without the need for additional hardware. For simple applications, the on-screen display can be used to switch to the different sources.
“The advantages: low effort, fewer devices, smart application. Since the switching process is not seamless in the IP-MUX application due to security measures such as VPN setup and encryption structure, customers whose applications have higher requirements, can use the KVM-over-IP matrix system ControlCenter-IP to enable instant switching,” the vendor explains.
The VisionXS extenders can also be combined with G&D's matrix systems. For customers, this means even more flexibility, because VisionXS products can either be operated in pairs as an extender line or they can also be integrated into matrix installations.
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