Kramer’s new VS-211H2 4K@60 4:4:4 switcher
Posted on May 2, 2016 by Kramer AV | 0 comments
Kramer prepares for future of 4K content with release of VS-211H2 4K@60 4:4:4 switcher
Kramer has released a 4K @ 60Hz switcher with 4:4:4 colorimetry to help prepare customers for expanding innovations in 4K video content display. The user-friendly VS-211H2 includes auto switching – last-connected and priority – and optional manual switching ...read more.
KVMGalore unveils the powerful, compact VP−440, Kramer's new 6-input ProScale™ presentation digital scaler/switcher
Designed for classrooms, boardrooms and rental applications, the compact and cost-effective VP−440 features 4 HDMI and 2 computer graphics video inputs on 15-pin HD connectors. The unit includes both an HDMI and an HDBaseT output that simultaneously display the same scaled ...read more.
New VP−732 4K/Ultra HD presentation switcher
Posted on October 12, 2015 by Kramer AV | 0 comments
Kramer releases VP−732: a 4K/Ultra HD ProScale™ presentation switcher/scaler
KVMGalore is pleased to announce the release of the new Kramer VP−732 ProScale presentation switcher/scaler, designed for classrooms and boardrooms.
With support for digital and analog video, analog stereo and embedded audio signals, the 10-input presentation switcher/scaler up- or down-scales to independent program and preview ...read more.
VIA wireless collaboration firmware update
Posted on July 30, 2015 by Kramer AV | 0 comments
VIA firmware version 1.7 adds iOS mirroring, DHCP and 4K Ultra HD support (and more…)
Kramer is pleased to announce the official release of firmware version 1.7 for VIA collaboration hubs, that adds many great new features to Kramer's award-winning wireless collaboration solutions! To offer additional peace of mind to users, Kramer has created a ...read more.
HighSecLabs (HSL) secure switching solutions, such as KVMs, combiners, multiviewers and KMs (keybord/mouse switches) are now available on KVMGalore
Consistent exponential growth in cyber-attacks and highly funded hackers present a constant threat to companies' classified data, intellectual property, and critical infrastructures. While substantial resources are invested in network security and data isolation, the end user desktop ...read more.