|Article: Can IP-based KVM help add flexibility to your post suite?
There are many things we all wish post-production suites were; simpler, more efficient, and easier to work in, are just three. Wouldn’t it be great if we could make all of these improvements and make post-production suites even more functional using even less hardware?
|In this article, John Halksworth discusses how post-production suites can reap the benefits of an IP-based high-performance KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) infrastructure, with enhanced functionality, scalability and financial efficiency, and much more.
Read John’s article for Post Perspective here.
Monday, 30 November 2015
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
|Article: IP-based solutions ready to revolutionise big venue broadcasting
Major venue broadcasting is becoming increasingly reliant on IP-based solutions, which has resulted in more organisations using an integrated approach in their operations, taking advantage of the benefits of IP and the associated boost in connectivity. As broadcasters further integrate IP into their infrastructures, entire convoys of OB trucks and legions of staff being required to cover major events may well become a thing of the past. IP represents efficiency, reliability and cost-effectiveness to broadcasters.
In this article, Adder Technology’s John Halksworth looks at how IP-based, high-performance KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) systems can make location broadcasting easier, cheaper and more efficient, with a real-life example of how a major arts venue in Australia enjoyed huge success by implementing such a KVM solution into its AV suites.
Read John’s article online at NewBay Connect here.
Monday, 23 November 2015
|Article: Does IP represent the future of the air traffic control room?
The aviation industry has had plenty of ‘ups and downs’, so to speak. But if there’s been one constant, it’s that the industry continues to grow. Every year that passes sees demand for more flights, more seats, more runways, and even more airports. These trends highlight the need to look for ways to ease the pressure on air traffic controllers, and help them to work more effectively.
Adder Technology’s John Halksworth uses this article to explore whether IP-based technology, specifically high-performance KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) systems are the future of air traffic control rooms, due to their flexibility, scalability and cost-efficiency.
Read the full article on airport-world.com here.