Friday, 23 July 2010

Adder Free-flow liberates command and control switching



Free-flow edge detection technology enables automated KVM switching


CAMBRIDGE, UK July 15, 2010 Adder, the experts in connectivity solutions launch new edge detection switching technology ‘Free-flow’, delivering instantaneous keyboard and mouse control across multiple computers.

Traditionally in order to switch automatically between multiple target computers, a user would have to install software on each machine, or be limited to PS/2 only mice. Free-flow is a breakthrough in USB switching which strips away these limitations.

In use, Free-flow allows you to glide your curser from screen to screen allowing the user to almost forget they are working across multiple different computers. Using the included management application, your screen setup can be configured in almost any way you choose. Nigel Dickens, Technical Director at Adder commented “technology like Free-flow has been a feature of our customer wish list for some time, typically for use in command and control centres and trading floors in banks, and recently we have seen great interest from new markets such as media and production for this technology. We are proud to have delivered such an elegantly conceived, and simple to use solution as Free-flow.”

Free-flow technology is made possible by another unique Adder technology, that of ‘USB true emulation’ which is featured across the AdderView PRO range and AdderLink Infinity. USB True Emulation allows instantaneous switching of USB devices between computers delivering a perfectly smooth transition from one computer to the next. Initially, Free-flow will be added to the CCS4USB Command and Control switch as part of Adder’s continuous improvement policy allowing existing users to upgrade free of charge.

To find out more about Free-flow, visit www.adder.com

About Adder
Adder is a leading developer and thought leader in connectivity solutions. Adder’s advanced range of KVM switches, extenders and IP solutions enable the control of local, remote and global IT systems across the enterprise. The company distributes its products in more than 60 countries through a network of distributors, resellers and OEMs. Adder has offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, and Singapore. Visit http://www.adder.com

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