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        KVM solutions at IBC 2015

Dear Customers, Partners and Friends,

We would like to extend an open invitation to you to stop by and see our latest products at IBC, Europe's largest professional broadcast show.  

On display will be our latest 576 port KVM matrix switch supporting the full range of IHSE extenders. Our new 4K/60 DisplayPort KVM extender will also be on display for you to experience the incredible picture quality over fiber cabling. 

Get your free admission ticket to the show using the IHSE invitation code 15490

Further information can be found on the following link: http://www.ibc.org/

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact our Sales Team sales@scene-double.co.uk or by phone +44 (0) 20 8099 3089.

IHSE is a leading developer and manufacturer of advanced Keyboard, Video, Mouse (KVM) devices with over 30 years experience. KVM technology enables the remote switching, bidirectional extension and conversion of primary computer signals including DVI, HDMI, 4K DisplayPort, digital audio and USB.

IHSE develops and manufactures an extensive range of KVM switches and extenders with visually lossless signal transmission.

Draco tera KVM matrix switches and extenders are installed extensively throughout broadcast facilities, OB trucks and post production suites to enable operators to select and connect to remote servers and computers from their personal workstations. They are used with a wide variety of broadcast equipment including EVS servers, AVID and other editing systems and on-air playout tools and cartplayers in radio stations.

Draco tera KVM switches are available in modular formats from 8 ports up to 576 ports.  Larger systems can be created using Matrix Grid to link multiple KVM switches together. Input and output ports can be configured as required and connect over CatX cable and fibre to remote devices.

A range of control methods allows administrators to control and secure access within the network and the switches are regularly interfaced to standard broadcast controllers, including VSM, and other third-party devices.