IHSE USA announced that it will showcase its latest KVM solutions in booth N2548 at InfoComm 2022, June 8-10 in Las Vegas. The company says it aims to meet the demand for high-resolution in various sectors. These include video in command and control (C2), government, eSports and commercial deployments. Thus, it will highlight its Draco MultiView 4K60 processor, Draco tera IP Gateway, and Draco DPS 4×1 KVM desktop series switches.
“The demand for instant and remote access to hundreds of high-res sources and output devices has completely changed the game for integrators and organizations,” says Dan Holland, marketing manager at IHSE USA. “At InfoComm 2022, attendees will see how our latest Draco KVM solutions check all the boxes for security, reliability, efficiency, performance, quality and latency. We’ll step you through everything these feature-packed KVM switches can do to streamline the operational workflows in a command center, eSports arena, house of worship or a range of other applications.”
Draco MultiView 4K60 Features
The Draco MultiView 4K60 enables the simultaneous operation of four computers displayed on a single display, says IHSE USA. It also features full access from a single keyboard and mouse and offers four inputs and two outputs. Additionally, the 1-RU solution can handle four ultra-high-resolution video displays up to 4K/UHD at a 60Hz frame rate. Here, users simply move the mouse from one display region to another. It features programmable keyboard commands. This allows for real-time switching between video sources.
By default, users can arrange the system’s individual screens freely and display it in different modes. These include full-screen, quad-screen, picture-in-picture, preview, 2+2, and free mode. The presets also allow for instant switching between layouts. IHSE USA says external control options are available via API or the GPIO interface.
Draco tera IP Gateway
The Draco tera IP Gateway provides IHSE KVM users with the ability to bridge multiple KVM matrixes over existing IP networks within buildings, across campuses and between remote corporate offices. It combines the high levels of security and performance of the Draco tera KVM system with the flexibility and ease of connectivity inherent in IP-based communication. Therefore, it allows users to access remote computers and interact in real time with minimal latency and no visible artifacts, with the full confidence of a highly secure KVM system.
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In addition, the Secure Core technology prevents direct access to the data within the KVM system from the IP network. This maintains the integrity of the KVM system. It is also consistent with a countermeasure against potential cyberattacks. Thus, it allows secure, IP-routable site networking of KVM matrix systems without compromising operational flexibility, security or maintainability. It currently supports up to eight bidirectional grid lines for bidirectional KVM operation with video resolutions of up to 4K30 with a view expanding to 4K60 soon.
Draco DPS 4×1 KVM Desktop Series Switches
The Draco DPS 4×1 KVM desktop series switches offer a wide range of features. This makes it one of the most flexible 4X1 KVM switches. The DPS 4×1 design allows quick customization to support multiple displays. Users can customize them to support single-head, dual-head, triple-head or quad-head computer systems. It starts with a base DisplayPort four-input, single-head package, and can support up to 4K60.
The DPS 4×1 base unit is also a standard two-slot desktop chassis with support for USB-HID and USB 2.0. It also has optional audio connections for up to four computers to a single DisplayPort monitor. When adding more displays, users simply expand the switch. For this, they can use the 4X1 video expansion card with IHSE’s standard six-slot chassis. According to the company, all DPS 4×1 cards fit in any IHSE frame type. They can also integrate with any IHSE KVM systems.
IHSE USA is a provider of KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) products supporting long-distance signal extenders and switching for DVI, HDMI, VGA, SDI, USB, audio and RS-232 serial data. The company’s headquarters is located in N.J.