Vertiv introduces Vertiv HMX 3080/4080 IP-based KVM

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Vertiv, one of the global providers of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, today introduced the Vertiv Avocent HMX 3080/4080  series, an IP-based signal extender allowing users to remotely transmit DVI video, audio, USB and RS232 signals over a Gigabit network. The product is available now, exclusively in Greater China, South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and India.

The Vertiv Avocent HMX 3080/4080 series joins the company’s high performance IP-based KVM portfolio. It improves from the Avocent HMX 1080/2080 series with the below key benefits

Key Benefits

Enhanced Performance Comprising transmitter and receiver units, each device is assigned a unique IP address to help mitigate KVM transmission losses.

Flexible Architecture The desktop-based Avocent HMX 3080/4080 offers multiple connectivity options. The receiver and transmitters can be directly connected using CATx and fiber cables. Using the integrated network ports, a single transmitter can be connected to multiple receivers or vice versa, and for connectivity redundancy.

Virtual IP Matrix With sufficient bandwidth and network switch ports, an IP matrix architecture can support up to 65,000 receivers in the same network.

Ease of Use Any receiver terminal in the network can autodetect and configure all the devices in the network.

The Avocent HMX 3080/4080 is ideal for control room settings in broadcast, emergency management, industrial, and energy organizations that require high-definition video and high quality audio.

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