Thinklogical Adds KVM Extension and Switching to New TLX Series

Extend uncompressed 4K video
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Thinklogical TLX extenders, receiver (left) and transmitter

MILFORD, Conn. — Thinklogical, a manufacturer of signal extension and switching systems, announced that it is introducing KVM features to its new TLX Series matrix switches and extenders.

TLX can extend and switch computer peripherals and uncompressed 4K video at full 4,096 x 2,160-pixel resolution and 4:4:4 color depth at 60Hz, using only two CATx cables or three fibers. TLX provides 10Gbps performance and a hybrid architecture, reducing the cost and infrastructure required to manage content created in the 4K standard without compromising quality or performance.

“We’re pleased to add KVM functionality to the TLX feature set and meet customer demand for a comprehensive solution that delivers high performance at the lowest possible cable count,” said Joe Pajer, president and CEO of Thinklogical. “With TLX, Thinklogical builds on our reputation for providing professional-grade, uncompressed signal management products at prices competitive with lower-quality, compressed KVM alternatives.”