Black Box To Showcase AV-over-IP Solutions at ISE 2023
Exhibiting at ISE 2023, Stand 5D600, Black Box will showcase its portfolio of scalable, secure and future-proof AV-over-IP solutions. At the show, system integrators and end users can view demonstrations of how the company’s innovative products enable a wide range of applications including among others, control rooms, simulation training centers, events, esports, entertainment and digital signage for retail and hospitality.
Visitors to the Black Box stand at ISE will see firsthand the new MCX G2 series multimedia distribution and management system that offers users requiring real-time visualization with best-in-class source-to-screen latency (less than 18 microseconds), video loop-through connection, USB-C and three-port USB 2.0 connectivity, and PoE capability. The Black Box MCX G2 series is easy and cost-efficient to deploy. Users can take advantage of the system’s software-defined environment to leverage existing infrastructure for delivery of better-quality audio and video, which can translate into greater customer satisfaction and faster time to revenue. The system’s features provide a more flexible solution, efficient design/implementation, and lower overall cost than traditional AV-over-IP systems. The Black Box MCX takes advantage of SDVoE and modern 10 GbE infrastructure to allow AV and data payloads.
At the Black Box stand, visitors will get a demonstration of the Emerald KVM-over-IP solution that serves as an infinitely scalable access system to physical and virtual machines – anywhere and anytime – and allows for optimized control room infrastructure and workflows. Advanced security and market-leading low bandwidth consumption allow for maximum expandability, and the ability to incorporate remote users at distributed locations.
Black Box will also demonstrate its new KVM-over-IP receiver. Offering a completely new concept in KVM-over-IP, the new receiver eliminates the traditional one-to-one relationship with a transmitter or virtual system and allows users to create a personalized workspace where they can simultaneously view and interact with up to 16 different systems. Users can now tailor their workspace as best suits their needs by connecting a single keyboard, mouse, USB 3/2 devices, audio, and up to four 4K/5K monitors. The new receiver connects to physical systems via Emerald transmitters; VMs using RDP, PCoIP, PCoIP ultra, and H.264/265 sources; and Virtual Network Computing (VNC). All systems can be positioned across the screens as freely movable windows. Interacting with each system is as simple as moving the mouse onto the window. This model enables the user to maintain complete situational awareness and full control within easy reach.
At ISE 2023, Black Box will demonstrate for the first time its AlertWerks AW3000, a next-generation IoT solution purpose-built for equipment monitoring. Equipped with industry-standard LoRaWAN wireless communications that enable integration with wireless sensors, virtual sensors, dashboards and analytics, along with KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) and AV devices, this turnkey IoT solution actively monitors conditions, records on-site events and automates key actions remotely to increase efficiency, prevent system failures and downtime, maintain safety and security, and optimize the physical environment.
Ideal for intelligent control rooms, manufacturing, distributed networks and smart buildings, the AlertWerks AW3000 enables users to link to physical sensors, configure virtual sensors, watch values on a browser-based dashboard, set notifications and alarms, and configure automatic actions. With links to environmental and security sensors, the AW3000 facilitates active remote monitoring of conditions to enforce security, maximize efficiency and streamline operations.