Berlin, Germany, 12 January 2017: Adder Technology, Spezialist für IP-KVM-Hochleistungslösungen, hat die Ernennung von Andreas Wuth-Rausch zur Position des Business Development Managers Broadcast & Media bekannt gegeben.
Adder Technology, the keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) specialist, will demonstrate how its solutions can streamline air traffic control at ATC Global 2013, which runs 12-14 March at the RAI, Amsterdam.
Adder will be previewing its latest high-reliance Command and Control switch CCS4PRO. The new solution features IP control and redundant power to offer users a continuous and reliable connection for working on up to four computers and up to 32 screens as though on a single interface. The IP control allows seamless integration with other systems for SNMP control and monitoring. As with the best-selling CCS4USB, the CCS4PRO delivers USB 2.0, audio, Free-Flow and ‘USB True Emulation’ technology. This capability is particularly useful to the ATC industry where controllers have to analyse and act upon information from a variety of sources simultaneously.
Also being demonstrated for the first time at ATC will be the CCS-XB light module for CCS4USB. Using a simple LED on top of each display the CCS-XB quickly lets a user know which screen their mouse cursor is positioned on.
Adder’s on-stand technology partner will be high-end computer display manufacturer, Eizo. Using Eizo screens Adder will demonstrate the IP-DVP (Digital Video & Peripherals) matrix, the AdderLink Infinity and AdderLink Infinity Dual. These DVP matrix solutions enable an operator to work on a computer across a LAN to almost any distance without any loss in capabilities, reduction in video resolution, audio quality or USB latency. Adder will also reveal AdderLink Infinity Dual’s new VNC (virtual network computing) capability to the ATC market. This allows users to access their content anywhere in the world over an internet connection, giving full remote visibility, secured by AES256 encryption with RSA 2048 authentication.
Simon Clew, Adder’s Sales Director, said: “Reliability is, of course, critical to the ATC sector and air traffic controllers need to have complete confidence that they will always be able to operate critical systems. Our background in mission critical Command and Control, together with our focus on Air Traffic Control systems makes Adder a natural choice.”
The Adder Command and Control system will be on display at Stand D508.