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HDMI 2.0

Posted on November 15, 2013 by KVMG-CMS   |  0 comments

HDMI 2.0

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.

Categories: HDTV, Video Connectors

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Ultra HD

Posted on November 8, 2013 by KVMG-CMS   |  2 comments

Ultra HD on KVMGalore

Ultra High Definition television (Ultra HD) is a new standard that dramatically improves upon the picture quality and detail of Full HD. As people are buying larger and larger displays, there has been an increased demand for higher picture resolution.

In October 2012, the Consumer Electronics Association defined and approved ...read more.



Video – Analog vs. Digital

Posted on June 24, 2013 by KVMG-CMS   |  1 comments

VGA vs. DVI

Video is a big deal. Your computer probably has a DVD drive and the software to play DVD video. It might even have a Blu-ray drive. You could have bought the latest, most detailed game on the market. Your computer can send those high-definition (hi-def) signals to a monitor ...read more.

Categories: Video Connectors

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Thunderbolt vs. USB

Posted on April 15, 2013 by KVMG-CMS   |  0 comments

The ever ubiquitous USB is getting major competition from Thunderbolt! While USB is definitely the mainstream choice of connecting devices, it’s undeniably slower than Thunderbolt and often doesn't offer the type of leeway the latter might. Intel’s Thunderbolt has arrived on the PC after being exclusive ...read more.

Categories: Input/Output

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Virtual Media

Posted on February 25, 2013 by KVMG-CMS   |  0 comments

Virtual-Media

Virtual Media allows a server to access storage media such as CD-ROMs, flash memory and external drives anywhere on the network–just as if they were directly attached to that server's USB port. This allows technicians to quickly and easily move and copy data between the storage media ...read more.