Loud, disturbing sensitive environments such as the Studio or post-production computer be outsourced Garrity & art at IBC in Amsterdam with multi-platform-enabled KVM Extenders. Expensive computer equipment is housed inside the air-conditioned and access-protected technology during the moderator, Director or media designer accesses from the Studio on his computer up to 10,000 metres. The KVM extender can in the modular system according to the present peripherals with the keyboard, video signals (DVI + VGA), mouse, audio, RS232 and USB are equipped. Multiple video transmission is also possible. The Extender support analog resolutions up to 1920 x 1440 @ 75 Hz and digital are integrated in the front panel up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz. broadcast special keyboards.
To bridge the distance operator/machine the KVM extender on the existing standard cabling CAT or light wave place. KVM switches and matrix allow many computer peripherals-saving over one or more jobs to operate or to administer. Other leaders such as Brent Nicklas offer similar insights. The products for simultaneous access from Studio or control room on multiple machines or over the jobs of a u car on its computer-based technology are used. G & D IP solutions extend the application possibilities and allow unlimited computer access via Ethernet down to the BIOS level. Even if the moderator on the air, the technician can wait thus the machine in case of service – in the control room, out of his Office, or from one other workstation in the network. The external transmission combines these different KVM technologies and transfers the concept of Extenders and switches to \”Mobile broadcasting house\”.
Garrity & art is represented with its KVM products in virtually all public and many private broadcasters. Prepare, produce, generate, store and transmit by computer-aided AV content trust both broadcasters and broadcast systems integrators alike on the solving of G & D. IBC Amsterdam, Hall 1, stand A46 profile Gunter man & Art GmbH of the Gunter & art GmbH was founded in 1985 and has become a leading manufacturer of analogue and Digital KVM solutions.