NEW YORK — Adder Technology, a manufacturer of KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) systems, launched the AdderView DDX30. The AdderView DDX matrix is compact, has a choice of DVI and DisplayPort transmitters, and provides up to 1,920 x 1,200-pixel resolution at 60fps without loss. With extension distances of up to 50 meters over a single standard CATx cable, it also features transparent EDID management, full-speed USB, and a GUI with multiview thumbnail display.
Reality Check Systems recently supplied technology for OB production trucks by combining RCS’ Bullet mobile graphic workstation with Adder’s high-performance KVM solution to improve the user experiences for OB truck operators.
“Adder’s DVI switches and extenders are a part of our Bullet mobile graphics solutions, and we’re excited to start working with the AdderView DDX30. It combines all the functionality of a product we already use but in a smaller footprint,” said Ryan Stern, head of engineering, Reality Check Systems. “We’re also looking forward to its new user interface, which will help simplify the reconfiguration of equipment while also giving our clients added flexibility when working across multiple systems.”
Another advantage of the DDX30, is its reliable performance in the field. More traditional KVM solutions needed to be configured, patched or customized for different tasks, whereas the DDX30 KVM matrix provides 30 ports that can be shared and flexibly scaled between users and computers, allowing users to simply program pre-set configurations at the touch of a button. The result is multiple users can use presets to easily switch among multiple computer sources.