IHSE Exhibited Draco Tera Matrix Switch with ExtremeUSB 3.0 at IBC

Icron Technologies Corporation, a specialist in USB and video extension technology, and IHSE, a provider of KVM products supporting long distance signal extenders, demonstrated their high speed Draco tera matrix switcher system complemented by Icron’s USB 3.0 Spectra 3022 extender system at IBC.

IHSE’s Draco tera KVM matrix switcher features expanded bandwidth to enable real-time switching of large amounts of data including 4Kp60 video signals. High speed switch versions are available in a variety of sizes including 576 I/O ports which can be configured for Cat 5e/6, fiber or combination hybrid.

Icron’s USB 3.0 Spectra 3022 fiber extender is available from IHSE as either part of the Draco tera matrix solution or as a stand-alone extender system. It includes the ExtremeUSB suite of features such as transparent USB extension, plug and play (no software drivers required) and compatibility with OS X, Windows and Linux operating systems.

“Media professionals require images and files of significant size to transfer and switch over extended distances free of any latency,” said Enno Littmann, IHSE’s managing director. “USB 3.0 adoption is increasing within the industry and ExtremeUSB extension technology from Icron ensures we meet the expectations of our KVM customers.”

“There is a growing demand from broadcast studios for higher performance KVM infrastructure,” said Glenn Antonelli, vp of marketing at Icron. “Coupling IHSE’s newest Draco tera switch configuration of 576 ports with our Spectra 3022 extender, allows 4K video and USB 3.0 signals to flow together with unrivaled flexibility up to 100m over fiber optic cabling.”

IHSE Draco Tera Enterprise

IHSE Draco Tera Enterprise

Icron USB 3.0

Icron USB 3.0

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