Black Box to Showcase Newest Technologies at the 2017 NAB Show

Black Box has announced its plans for the 2017 NAB Show. The company will reveal new products and demonstrations in high-performance KVM technology, post-production, virtualization and video walls.

At the 2017 NAB Show, Black Box will debut its newest product — Boxilla — for the first time in the U.S. Other demos from Black Box will include:

Making the Switch: High-Performance KVM

  • InvisaPC: The only IP-based KVM system that enables high-performance and scalable connectivity in both traditional and virtual environments. It provides seamless use of on-site and remote servers while providing access to a virtualized machine with the same single-user interface.
  • ControlBridge: Enables custom and simplified user interfaces to control multiple KVM systems and devices in control rooms. At their booth, Black Box will feature a 12-inch ControlBridge touchscreen monitor using different scenarios.
  • Compact switch: Enables matrix switching and management for DKM extenders.

Bridging the Gap: Enterprise-Class KVM and Zero-Client Connectivity

  • Boxilla: Will be featured with its first integration, InvisaPC. Combined with Boxilla, InvisaPC is the first enterprise-class virtualized KVM solution. The matrix can scale to an unlimited number of devices. Black Box will also announce and demo Boxilla’s new integration at the show. 
  • Freedom: A flexible four-port professional-grade switch that allows users to shift between separate computer systems by moving a mouse cursor from monitor to monitor. It can control multiple PCs as one through any mix of operating systems.

Setting the Stage: Video Wall Processing

  • Radian Video Wall Processor: This video wall can scale to create a multi-window canvas of any size or geometry for TV newsroom sets, and includes support for all video interfaces, IP-based video and multiple video walls. Black Box will use Radian at NAB to feature a newscast.
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