Thinklogical Unveils Router for Small, Medium Sized Facilities

Unit can be deployed in regional or local broadcast facilities, smaller post-production facilities and other locations
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Thinklogical, a provider of fiber optic KVM, video, audio and peripheral extension and routing solutions, introduces its new compact, high bandwidth router, the MX48 that can be deployed in small to medium sized facilities.

The MX48 router can be deployed in regional or local broadcast facilities, smaller post-production facilities, smaller command and control centers, corporate conference rooms and hospital or higher education presentation rooms, the company says.

In addition to being compact with a high bandwidth (6.22 Gbps, the highest single thread bandwidth in the industry), the MX48 offers a high performance solution for complete, end-to-end routing of video and peripheral signals over multi-mode or single-mode fiber optic cable.

The MX48 is a protocol agnostic router and supports a variety of formats, including DVI, Dual-link DVI, 3G, HD, SD SDI, Dual-link SDI, USB HID, USB 2.0 (high speed, full 480 Mbps), FireWire 800, serial and bi-directional audio. The router is scalable from 16 ports up to 48 ports, and is compatible with all Thinklogical KVM and video extension systems.

While Thinklogical has provided “industry best solutions for KVM and video routing, delivering the highest levels of performance and security, in large and very large, complex computing environments,” with the introduction of the MX48, the company is now providing its “unique technologies to customers in small to medium sized computing environments,” said Joe Pajer, Thinklogical’s CEO.

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