Articles
The Future of Broadcast Connectivity
Jamie Adkin The use of KVM equipment has been essential to meet the evolving needs of the broadcast industry for many years. Over that time, many in the industry have recognised the importance of using IP-enabled KVM to break down technological barriers and enable real-time access to visuals wherever and whenever they’re needed. These components are vital parts in live production environments in particular.
Tags: iss139 | adder | kvm | ip kvm | Jamie Adkin
Contributing Author Jamie Adkin Click to read or download PDF
Original KVM or KVM over IP
Jochen Bauer Will the technology used in broadcasting solely consist of IP devices? For years, IP has been entering all areas of life. Especially control room applications as they are typically deployed in broadcasting benefit from the IP revolution in many ways. But an “IP-only broadcast world” is not yet here. Nevertheless, the trend clearly moves towards IP transmission, even though a large part of content production still uses traditional transmission paths. And therefore we continue to live in a hybrid world, using both original and IP-based technology. KVM experts Guntermann und Drunck still rely on both original KVM and KVM-over-IP™ to be able to offer their customers the best of both worlds.
Tags: iss139 | kvm | gdsys | guntermann and drunck | kvm-over-ip | Jochen Bauer
Contributing Author Jochen Bauer Click to read or download PDF
Preparing for the holiday peak
Jamie Adkin The summer holiday getaway of 2018 hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. A UK airport's non-functional departure boards left travellers unable to find their flights. Meanwhile, an airline cancelled over 2,000 flights due to a computer glitch. One European city closed its airspace entirely.
Tags: iss137 | adder | kvm | server | Jamie Adkin
Contributing Author Jamie Adkin Click to read or download PDF
How IP-based KVM can improve workflow in broadcast control rooms
John Halksworth One of the most significant shifts the broadcast industry has seen over recent years is the adoption of IP technology as a standard infrastructure across the entire broadcast workflow. IP provides a network suitable for routing audio, video and control around a broadcast facility and is providing the answers to many industry challenges.
Tags: iss130 | kvm | adder | adderlink | alif100t | John Halksworth
Contributing Author John Halksworth Click to read or download PDF
KVM extenders and matrix switches in broadcast
Enno Littmann Enno Littman, Managing director of IHSE discusses the importance of to many different felds of operation within the broadcast studio workflow and details some of the most effective and relevant applications of the technology.
Tags: iss092 | IHSE | KVM | Enno Littmann
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Collaboration and flexibility in post production workflow
KitPlus Sonic Magic Studios, specializes in delivering incredible soundtracks; to provide the very best and most flexible service, the company operates one of the most technologically advanced facilities of its kind in the world.
Tags: iss087 | Sonic Magic Studios | KVM matrix switch | IHSE | Cisco | Q-Logic | ISIS | XSAN2 | FibreJet | KitPlus
Contributing Author KitPlus Click to read
KVM enterprise and video matrix switchers in broadcast applications
N/A KVM extenders are frequently deployed within the broadcast industry to provide connectivity between individual computers and user terminals for a variety of applications.
Tags: kvm | video matrix | iss055 | draco | kvm over IP | N/A
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