KVM specialist Adder Technology will be unveiling its latest innovation at ISE 2018. The Adder stand will host a wide range of the company’s existing solutions as well as a new, yet-to-be-announced product.
The existing Adder solutions on show at ISE 2018 will include the Adder CCS-PRO8 command and control switch, which allows operators to control up to eight machines across eight (or more) displays using just one mouse and keyboard. It is ideal for improving ergonomics in a control setting where spacing or layout is important and management of multiple computers from one station is required. The Adder CCS-PRO8 also features FreeFlow technology, which enables users to move from one display to the next simply by moving the mouse across a screen border.
The new AdderLink XDIP (pictured) will also be on display. Designed for small to medium-sized extension and matrix installations, the solution uses existing infrastructure to provide extension and switching between different computers. The AdderLink XDIP can also be used in multiple configurations, features intelligent EDID and a local feed through port.
Most importantly, Adder Technology will be using ISE 2018 to unveil a brand new, yet-to-be-announced product, the details of which will be released in the build-up to the event. Show attendees will be the first in the world to see the product and view live demonstrations.
John Halksworth, senior product manager at Adder Technology, says: “ISE is one of the biggest annual events on our calendar, and we’re looking forward to showing the thousands of attendees how high performance, IP-based KVM technology can bring a wide range of benefits to control rooms and working environments across different industries.
“As well as the existing popular and well-respected products we’ll have on display, including our Adder CCS-PRO8 and AdderLink XDIP, we’re excited to reveal a brand new product for the very first time. Although we aren’t announcing any product details until nearer the time, we think attendees at ISE will be impressed with what we have to offer.”