KVM over IP for endless Applications A Broadcast Range of solutions for the openGear Platform Interfaces for the Intel Smart Display Module (SDM) Platform
Brian Walker has joined the company as Central Regional Manager, covering business development and sales activities for the central US and Pacific Northwest regions.
Why do the latest Apantac display interfaces employ the Intel Smart Display Module (SDM) platform? Because Intel has been a leader in this technology for more than a decade.
Together with Broadcast Solutions, Studio Berlin committed to KVM innovation and thus implemented Apantac’s KVM over IP system in its new 24-camera UHD/HDR OB van, which was recently put into operation
Danmon’s services include system design, installation, technical services and support delivering solutions for a vast range of applications.
The OG-HDM2.0-1x4 and OG-HDM2.0-1x8 allows high quality HDMI 2.0 signals to be transmitted or distributed to four or eight displays – all without any signal degradation. It supports up to 4K / UHD 24/25/30/50/60Hz and HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2/HDCP 1.4.
The OG-US-5000 is a UHD bi-directional Universal Scan Converter/Scaler that has a built-in loop-out of SDI or HDMI, with genlock. It supports both HDMI 2.0 and 12G SDI inputs and outputs.
The second generation of UE multiviewers, which include a cascading feature, are more compact (almost half the depth) and consume less power.
This unique KVM function in the Multiviewer allows multiple computers connected to the Multiviewer to be controlled via a single mouse and keyboard.
Visitors to the Apantac IBC 2019 stand 8.E43 will receive hands-on demonstrations showcasing enhanced resolution with its multiviewers now available with UHD outputs.
This first of its kind solution is the most modular and scalable KVM over IP solution available on the market today.
The openGear platform is an ideal architecture for Apantac’s solutions, which are feature-rich, cost-effective, and address a vast number of broadcast and professional audio video markets and applications
Apantac Adds HDMI 2.0 UHD Outputs to its Top Selling Multiviewers and demonstrates Entire Range of its UHD Solutions at NAB 2019
KVM Switch for openGear platform - new at NAB 2019. When combined with Multiviewer card, works as a Multiviewer with KVM Functionality
Apantac is launching new models of KVM over IP extenders & matrices, which it will showcase at ISE 2019, stand 10.S120.
Apantac has filed a patent for its Optimized Video Transmission Technology. The patent is designed to offer intelligent and dynamic transmission optimization between the source and its various possible outputs.
At IBC 2018, stand 8.E37, Apantac will showcase and demonstrate its new TAHOMA UE Series of Multiviewers. The UE is an HDMI 2.0 Multiviewer for 4K/UHD visual monitoring environments.
Addressing a key demand of the market to have more multiviewer heads or outputs in a single piece of hardware, the TX# brings to the market a truly modular approach.
This second generation KVM over IP extender/receiver set is ideal for applications where multiple local computers need to be accessed from multiple remote locations.
Apantac announces that its TAHOMA T# Multiviewers are being installed by Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) for its nationwide news studio technology upgrade.
Apantac announces that VIDI has chosen its Mi-16 Multiviewers for transmission monitoring during the world’s most watched football event this year.
The division of Central European Media Enterprises (CME) and one of Central Europe's largest commercial TV broadcasters has chosen the T# Multiviewers for the expansion of its production control room, master control room and telco signal monitoring.
The family offers an affordable and high performance entry into 4K/UHD multi-image display for a variety of broadcast and ProAV visual environments including control rooms, digital signage and the like.
Apantac is launching its new cost-effective 16 input HDMI Multiviewer series at InfoComm 2017, booth 4461