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Here’s Everything IHSE USA Has Planned for InfoComm 2024

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IHSE USA announced it will showcase its latest KVM and extender solutions designed to deliver “flexibility, connectivity and high performance” in booth C5631 at InfoComm 2024 in Las Vegas. Solutions include the new Tera Web Control for easy GUI monitor arrangements of a KVM system, full control room display management with IHSE’s Draco ultra 495 units for 4K and the kvm-tec Scalable Pro Line for 4K/5K multiview applications.

“In today’s command and control rooms, broadcast and production applications and other professional media systems, remote access is key, but it demands features that ensure flexibility and security without any loss in quality or efficiency,” said Dan Holland, marketing manager at IHSE USA. “For these types of systems, IHSE KVM solutions deliver significant value. At InfoComm 2024, attendees will see this demonstrated in our latest solutions that underpin these benefits and leverage our 40 years of expertise to ensure operators, engineers and producers have the tools they need in today’s fast-paced environment.”

Tera Web Control

Tera Web Control is the latest addition to IHSE’s KVM matrix series, enhancing connectivity for both single- and multi-console workstations commonly found in control room applications, according to the company. In addition to fast hotkey and OSD menu control, which are “particularly popular with power users,” IHSE says Tera Web Control simplifies the process of managing connections in an HTML-based graphical user interface.

At the show, ISHE says visitors will see how it operates similar to an external media controller with workstations represented on a layout mirroring the console arrangement and providing a visual indicator of their current switching states. With just three clicks, individual consoles can be switched reliably from a browser application. With a single click, multiple console workstations can be swiftly reconfigured using predefined presets. Access restrictions adhere to the matrix’s original administrative configuration. Custom layouts can be crafted effortlessly and without programming expertise.

IHSE Offers High-Resolution Extender Solutions for 4K HDMI Control Rooms

IHSE says it will also highlight the Draco vario ultra HDMI 2.0 extender sets, which enable the operation of CPUs from a remotely located workstation, including HDMI monitor, keyboard and mouse over a duplex Cat X or fiber connection. Transfer of a fully-digital video signal is supported in 4K resolutions up to 4096 x 2160 at a 60 Hz refresh rate and color depth (10 bit, 4:2:2 or 8 bit, 4:4:4).

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The company says the 495 Series of extenders for HDMI 2.0 can be used as point-to-point connections or integrated into either the FLEX or Enterprise series of KVM matrix systems to offer multiple CPU access from a single workstation. Separation of up to 10Km can be achieved between the source computer and operator’s workstation. The compact blade design fits any chassis assembly style and a variety of upgrade cards are available to support Audio, USB 2.0 or RS-232/422 signals. When these extenders are used in a KVM matrix application, they are auto-detected in the matrix control unit, which simplifies setup. No external network configurations are required and setup is completed in minutes, allowing immediate access to any CPU connected to the KVM matrix.

kvm-tec Series Extenders for KVMoIP With 4K and Multiviewer Capabilities

Also on display will be kvm-tec’s Scalable Pro Line, which ISHE says supports networked 4K multiviewer capabilities over a 10G network switch. According to the company, it uniquely features the ability to control and manage up to 16 computer sources on a single display via a single keyboard and mouse. By simply moving the mouse inside the gridded cell and clicking, the operator has full control of the source. In addition, up to four Scalable receivers can be network-bonded to allow up to 64 sources across the four displays.

With the new kvm-tec Scalable Multiview Commander, up to 16 sources in full HD or 4K can be combined and displayed on a single 4K monitor and controlled via one mouse and keyboard. Compatible with standard 10G network switches and capable of supporting up to 2,000 endpoints, users can select any 16 sources and manage them directly via OSD menu shortcuts or directly through kvm-tec’s switching manager software.

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