IHSE broadens Draco Vario KVM Range With New USB 3.0 Extender
IHSE has broadened its range of modular Draco vario KVM extenders with the introduction of the Draco vario USB 3.0 extender.
IHSE’s new extender enables lossless extension of USB 3.0 SuperSpeed devices, including high speed memory cards and cameras, over distances up to hundreds of meters over a single multi-mode fiber optic cable.
The Draco vario USB 3.0 Extender carries an integrated 2-Port USB 3.0 hub capable of data rates up to 5,25 Gbit/s and includes all features of the Icron ExtremeUSB series, including easy configuration via plug-and-play. It is compatible with the Draco tera UNI KVM matrix switch system, delivering delay-free, lossless switching and extension of USB 3.0 signals.
"USB 3.0 is rapidly becoming the standard in the film and television industry. With this device, we can offer users the advantages of the world's leading USB 3.0 extension technology from Icron and our modular Draco vario-system in an integrated solution.”— Enno Littmann, Managing Director, IHSE
The Draco vario USB 3.0 extender will be available for live demonstration at IBC in Amsterdam, alongside IHSE’s range of high-performance KVM switching and extension technology.
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