Unboxing Black Box’s KVM-over-IP system

As software-defined solutions are becoming the heart of broadcast systems, Black Box aims to provide real-time connectivity across multiple locations via IP-based solutions, such as Emerald, its high-performance unified KVM system that can form a strong network infrastructure for broadcasters.

Emerald Unified KVM-over-IP Platform outshines the competitors by providing “state-of-the-art” KVM extension and switching. And Emerald SE can now connect user’s workstation remotely and servers across distances of up to 10km, or even farther with IP.

The award-winning Emerald 4K can deliver “pixel-perfect” HD or 4K video over an IP network. In addition, the migration to Emerald KVM is cost-effective and hassle-free through a simple software licence updated. Consequently, Black Box says companies are able to extend the life of existing IT investments and achieve high degree of flexibility with the adoption of Emerald.

Supplementing Emerald product family is Boxilla KVM and AV IT System Manager, providing enterprise-level KVM; this allows businesses to monitor system performance, configure security alerts and check on real-time device status.

Boxilla also provides a quick access to dropped frames, round-trip time, and other critical system hiccups.

Apart from connecting devices, Black Box has also engineered Radian Flex software-based Video Wall Processing Platform and Black Box Control Bridge Multisystem and Room Control. The former is an intuitive software that distributes visualisation system and paves the way towards the future of high resolution with more than one billion pixels on its video engine; the latter is a single-touch panel that can control or automate KVM, AV and other in-room devices.

Black Box offers consultation and design services along with every solution delivered, and the company’s representatives at 2019 NAB Show will highlight complete IP-based and 4K AV visualisation.

For more information, visit booth SL12716.


Related Articles

Back to top button

Subscribe to the latest news now!