|Article: The power of IP changing the Broadcast landscape
Though most broadcasters are still moving towards complete adoption of IP technology across the broadcast workflow, the benefits of the technology are broadly recognised and its presence is providing the industry with a powerful proof point for its wider adoption.
|IP-based keyboard, video, mouse (KVM) technology is such a proof point and is used in various industries and applications, from command and control, energy and military, to transportation, medical and banking.
Jamie Shepperd, Group Marketing Manager at Adder has been speaking to Kit Plus about what broadcasters can gain from implementing IP technology as a whole, outlining how it works in outside broadcast, in the gallery and in post-production. Read the full article hereon page 52.
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|Article: Access and control starts with the right KVM
Taking the step forward to invest in KVM solutions can deliver tremendous benefits to organisations, especially as the use of standards-based technologies such as IP means that implementing a solution is cost-effective, flexible and scalable. What’s more, IP and IP-based technology can be re-used going forward.
|When looking into KVM solutions, broadcasters need to identify their specific needs, then look at the key features of the solutions – not forgetting switching and extension capabilities, user-interface and security.
Our Sales Director, Simon Clew recently took part in a Q&A with Asia Pacific Broadcasting, where he covers the key things to consider before deciding to invest in KVM solutions and during the installation process. Read the full feature here on p32.