Black Box will display its scalable, engineered KVM solutions for live production, post production, and animation at the upcoming 2016 NAB Show, which will be held between 16th to 21st April at Las Vegas. The company claims that these high-performance KVM solutions enable operators to access any server or application from whichever console. It also enables users to easily reconfigure edit suites and server access for different user requirements. Learn The extensive Black Box KVM portfolio features enterprise KVM solutions have features like instantaneous switching of video and USB signals, including 4K60 extension. It also has application access on remote servers over a LAN, with full KVM control and real-time performance.
The platform also has digital KVM matrix switching with a multiview GUI to confidently switch between editing suites and connected hardware/software. The multi-OS extended desktop helps users manage a lot of information quickly and easily, while with the multi-viewer KVM switch they can view and access up to four CPUs on one screen.