Cambridge, UK, 7 October 2014: Adder Technology, the high performance keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) specialist, will be showcasing the latest additions to the Adder and AdderLink Infinity ranges at this year’s InfoComm MEA. Key highlights for the company include two new IP-based high performance KVM solutions, the AdderLink XD150 and AdderLink Infinity 1002, as well as the new Adder CCS-PRO4, a professional KM switch.
The products all form part of the company’s high performance KVM range and are ideal for use in Pro-AV environments, where they deliver flexible connectivity, ultimate reliability and high performance.
The AdderLink XD150 is a new 150 metre, single head, DVI extender that features high-speed USB extension, while the IP-based AdderLink Infinity 1002 is a single link, single head, digital KVM extender, which includes an additional fibre module that offers dual network redundancy and performance. The product’s single link, single head make it ideal for use in video intensive applications, while the added redundancy is a critical requirement in high-reliability environments such as command and control.
The new Adder CCS-PRO4 is a professional KM switch for the use and control of multiple systems and screens from a single keyboard and mouse that improves desk ergonomics and the efficiency by which one user can control multiple systems.
John Halksworth, senior product manager, Adder Technology, says: “The Adder CCS-PRO4 KM switch provides an intuitive way for users to switch between disparate systems. It can be used to enhance the ergonomics of the working environment as it can be easily integrated into an operator’s workspace, minimising desk clutter.”
Adder Technology will also be displaying the AdderLink XD522 DisplayPort extender with 4K capabilities, as well as Version 3.3, the newest firmware upgrade, of the AdderLink Infinity, which features faster switching, security enhancements and guaranteed 60 frames per second performance.
Visit Adder Technology at stand TA-E35 at InfoComm MEA at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 13 – 16 October.