Tag Archives: video



AdderLink INFINITY: Digital fluidity

Posted on May 10, 2016 by KVMG-CMS   |  0 comments

AdderLink INFINITY – pure digital media extension over IP, featuring dual-view or dual-link DVI, digital audio, USB true emulation, network multicast, device switching and EPG-style user interface

Adder has always been well known for their extensive range of KVM and KVMA extenders. AdderLink INFINITY demonstrates their leading IP capability by delivering fluid interaction with computers as far away as your network can extend.

AdderLink INFINITY

AdderLink INFINITY allows you to build a flexible video-over-IP and KVM over IP infrastructure. Locate computers anywhere you like, share connections to computers, watch the interactions others have with computers, share control, collaborate, switch computers ...read more.



MXWall: Your HDMI display solution

Posted on January 11, 2016 by Michael S   |  0 comments

KVMGalore is pleased to offer the MXWall line as the ultimate built-to-order, customizable, all-in-one, and user-friendly HDMI Matrix, Video Wall, and Digital Signage device.  The MXWall can coordinate images from all your devices: Blu-Ray, Rack Servers, Gaming Consoles, Video Cameras, Laptops, and Signage Players. Additionally, the product supports output to multiple video wall layouts.

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KVM and Video over IP

Posted on February 14, 2014 by KVMG-CMS   |  0 comments

Video over IP

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.

 

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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