IHSE launches XV, eXtreme Velocity, KVM extenders for 4K signal management with brilliant image quality

Fiber XV (eXtreme Velocity) extender units
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IHSE, a world-leading manufacturer of advanced KVM products for the switching and extension of computer signals, sets new image quality standards for 4K distribution in large KVM matrix switching systems.

The high bandwidth requirements of HD and the newer 4K (UHD) video resolutions make it increasingly more difficult to transmit and switch images in large, widespread network systems.

To provide the highest possible image quality, IHSE has introduced the Fiber XV (eXtreme Velocity) range of extender units that enables the transmission and switching of DVI Dual Link or DisplayPort video, keyboard and mouse signals, together with USB-HID, USB 2.0 and 3.0 data. The extender units are compatible with Draco tera enterprise switches, allowing networks to be created of up to 288 ports, and larger.

With an accelerated data transmission of 3G, Draco tera-based switching networks with Fiber XV extenders meet the highest requirements of real-time video signal transmission at resolutions of 4K and above. Both single-head and dual-head monitors can be supported.

Enno Littmann, managing director of IHSE says: "In many applications, for example in high-end interactive AV, broadcast, air traffic control and medical high resolution imaging, the pictures presented must be pixel accurate, even at the very high video resolutions in use today. This calls for a superior level of image processing and higher-than-normal transmission rates. Draco tera systems with the XV extenders deliver the performance needed."

The full range of IHSE KVM products, including the new Fiber XV extenders, will be available for demonstration at ISE in Amsterdam, February 10 - 12, 2015. Booth 10-R120.
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