The IP KVM solution from Adder Technology has enabled more efficient workflows, improved ergonomics and enhanced productivity.

It has been a fantastic project to be a part of and I’m looking forward to how it will continue to develop over the coming years. The scale of the project in number of computers and distances between them has been immense. We must also recognize the technical team who have provided insight into areas that has impacted upon product development.

Together we have created and delivered a flexible solution that ensures the safe and reliable monitoring of the Toluca rail line.

Adder’s KVM equipment is state of the art. The technical support has been excellent with 24/7 remote support and site visits.

We now surpass our competitors and have the best dubbing theatre in the country, bar none. We offer the highest grade equipment in the best sound room, which is bigger than any other room in Soho.

The ADDERLink™ INFINITY solution has a great interface that is very user friendly. It is also extremely reliable. In the event of a power outage, everything remains as it was when power is restored. I’ve used various different brands over the years and I have always come back to Adder kit, I find it the most reliable. From this perspective it was quite an easy decision for me to choose Adder.

Given the opportunity, I would consider using the IP-based ADDERLink™ INFINITY solution in our other buildings if an upgrade was needed as the benefits are significant and the performance excellent.

Usability was an important consideration for us. The user interface needed to be user-friendly and seamless, so that the creative and editors weren’t even aware that they were using KVM technology, and this is definitely the case with the Adder solution.

With the move to the current location at Saint Ouen, and having multiple buildings it was soon clear that the KVM matrix had to be over IP, because with the more traditional solutions we would have had to implement 2 different KVM matrix solutions’.

The solution allows operators located within the control room to extend and remotely manage all VR headset computers with ultra-low latency, HD video, USB2.0 and stereo audio.