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Adder supercharges ADDERLink XDIP solution

Adder supercharges ADDERLink XDIP solution
ADDERLink XDIP

Adder supercharges ADDERLink XDIP solution

This latest update adds new remote control features and bridges gap between KVM and AVoIP

Adder Technology has announced a series of enhancements to its ADDERLink XDIP IP KVM solution. New functionality comprises expansion for the receiver to access 16 sources and the transmitter to broadcast to 256 receivers. Improved remote control, either via a RESTful API or HTTPS web browser, is said to give users even more choice and flexibility with how they control their XDIP solution. Managing all endpoints through an API will reportedly help customers simplify configuration and maintenance. According to the manufacturer, this level of interoperability, combined with new multicasting functionality, means the XDIP is the ideal solution to bridge the gap between KVM and video-over-IP. Customers can now take advantage of best-in-class KVM functionality while delivering video and AV content around a large-scale installation, all over an existing 1GbE network.

Power over Ethernet support has also been made available in the US, so that XDIP customers can reportedly benefit from quicker installation times and cost savings, delivered by mitigating the need for additional power sources. In addition, PoE support is said to improve reliability by leveraging the redundant power options delivered by PoE switches.

ALIF4000
ALIF4000

In other news, the UK manufacturer has unveiled the latest addition to its ADDERLink Infinity 4000 Series, the ALIF4000. Multigigabit Ethernet support has been added to provide customers with the ability to balance their video quality and bandwidth usage requirements by delivering 4K over varying network capabilities, from 1Gb/s to 10Gb/s. Integrated 1GbE ports reportedly enable easy delivery of 4K60 video over ubiquitous 1Gb/s copper links using 100m of standard Cat-5e or Cat-6 cable, while dual multigigabit or 1GbE ports can be teamed together for enhanced resiliency or improved video capability. Compatibility with the existing ADDERLink Infinity range means the ALIF4000 can be phased into an existing network, “without disruption, downtime or the costly need to rip and replace”. When combined with a solution such as the ADDERLink ipeps+, the manufacturer’s remote KVM solution, users can reportedly achieve real-time, secure remote access to their system from anywhere in the world.



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