Multiscreen KVM switch
Posted on December 26, 2014 by KVMGalore | 2 comments
A multi-screen KVM switch (also known as multi-monitor, multi-display, multi-head, multi-view) is a KVM switch that supports computers with multiple video-heads each.
A multi-screen KVM switch allows accessing and controlling such multi-video computers from one console consisting of one keyboard, one mouse and multiple monitors. As all KVM switches do, a multi-screen KVM switch also allows ...read more.
Wireless KVM switch?
Posted on July 9, 2014 by KVMG-CMS | 1 comments
Does a wireless KVM exist? or - can a wireless keyboard/mouse work with a KVM switch?
A KVM switch and wireless keyboard and mouse to control it don't always live in harmony. More often than not, a wireless keyboard may work just fine controlling a KVM switch, but a wireless mouse migh ...read more.
Multiview KVM switch
Posted on May 18, 2014 by KVMG-CMS | 0 comments
A multiview KVM switch controls multiple computers with all videos showing on one screen
A split-screen multiview KVM switch controls multiple computers from one console while splitting the monitor into sections, then individually and simultaneously displaying video from connected computers on each section of the screen, with all videos showing on one screen.
A typical KVM switch allows a user to have just one console and ...read more.
Video over IP
Posted on February 14, 2014 by KVMG-CMS | 0 comments
Pure digital media and USB extension over IP featuring digital video, digital audio, USB true emulation, network multicast, and device switching
Video over IP is a technology that allows video to be extended over standard Internet Protocol. Internet protocol is how your computer communicates with the network. KVMGalore's video over ...read more.
Categories: A/V Splitters, Audio/Video, KVM Extenders, KVM over IP, KVM Switches
Tags: DVI, HDMI, KVM switch, matrix, multicasting, USB, VGA, video
Posted on November 15, 2013 by KVMG-CMS | 0 comments
High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI®) was originally launched in 2002 to replace the ageing and bulky SCART connection.
Hitachi, Matsushita Electric Industrial (Panasonic/National/Quasar), Philips, Silicon Image, Sony, Thomson, RCA and Toshiba – the founders of HDMI, came together on April 2002 to create an audio/video (AV) connector that was backward-compatible ...read more.