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ADDERView CCS-MV 4224 cuts clutter, improves productivity

Adder Technology, a global leader in connectivity solutions and high-performance IP KVM, has announced its new desktop multi-viewer KVM switch, the ADDERView CCS-MV 4224. 

Part of Adder’s award-winning Command and Control portfolio, and designed to put users in total control, the multi-viewer switch delivers up to four different video, audio and USB signals to a single workstation in a user-customisable window layout across one or two monitors. The switch delivers flexibility and choice for the user in the most demanding workspace environments.

As desktop real-estate continues to be compromised in busy control room environments, with increasing numbers of computers and more large screens, the ADDERView CCS-MV 4224 is designed to be a complete control room solution that eliminates desktop clutter and presents critical information the way the user needs it.

 Adder’s new multi-viewer switch empowers users to take total authority of the resources they need access to, when they need them, in 4K UHD resolution.

Designed with a high user adoption rate of features and functions at its core, the multi-viewer switch presents a fully configurable, colour-coded, window display on-screen enabling users to quickly choose how data is presented. Simply by moving the mouse cursor between windows, users can switch between sources in real-time and without latency, meaning they can focus on the mission and not the technology.

Rafael Serrano, Senior Product Manager, Control Rooms, at Adder said, “The ADDERView CCS-MV 4224 is an ideal solution for operators working in complex, high-pressure, mission-critical control rooms.

“Delivering vastly improved desktop ergonomics means an operator can quickly switch between sources for complete situational awareness, and without loss of concentration. As a result, an organisation can foster a safer working environment, reduce workplace fatigue and significantly improve productivity.”

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