The company will introduce its MCX AV-over-IP system and feature products across its Emerald Unified KVM portfolio, including a remote app at IBC show, Sept. 13-17, at the RAI in Amsterdam.
Black Box will be showcasing its products across its Emerald Unified KVM (keyboard, mouse, video) portfolio at stand 8.B59, IBC 2019, Sept. 13-17, at the RAI in Amsterdam.
The company will be debuting its MCX AV-over-IP system in Europe.
The Black Box stand will also feature demo areas that address the need for real-time access to multiple computers from multiple locations.
Black Box offers consultation and tech support services along with every solution delivered, and the company’s representatives at IBC2019 will highlight complete IP-based and 4K AV visualisation and distribution solutions tailored to the requirements of control rooms, post and media productions, and broadcast playout environments.
Black Box will be debuting its Remote App for the Emerald Unified KVM platform for the first time in Europe.
The software-based solution gives authorised users simultaneous remote access to one or more sources PCs, servers, or virtual machines across an Emerald KVM network, promising cost savings as well as greater flexibility, ease of access, and efficiency.
Supporting multiple simultaneous connections and performance for full-HD video up to 45 fps, the new Emerald Remote App is suitable for tasks such as remote process and applications monitoring.
With authentication against the Boxilla KVM network manager from Black Box, the Remote App offers users a list of connections and provides access, just like a standard hardware-based system.
However, since the Remote App is not tethered to a fixed location, users can access the Emerald KVM network from anywhere using their own computers or laptops.
Black Box will also be showcasing the Emerald ZeroU DVI transmitter for the company’s Emerald Unified KVM platform.
The ZeroU transmitter works with the Emerald SE receiver to provide users with a seamless desktop experience anywhere on a TCP/IP network with actual hardware housed securely in a corporate data centre or in the cloud.
With dimensions of 7(w) x 15.5(l) x 2.5(h) cm, the ZeroU device is ideal for applications in which space is limited.
Supporting visually lossless full HD DVI video up to 1920 x 1200 and requiring less than 40 Mbps of bandwidth for 1080p video, the transmitter brings connectivity to a wide variety of applications including broadcast, postproduction, and more. Like all Emerald devices, the ZeroU transmitter can be managed by Boxilla.
Black Box will be officially launching the new Black Box MCX multimedia distribution and management system in Europe.
The solution takes advantage of SDVoE and modern 10 GbE infrastructure to allow AV and data payloads to exist on the same IT networks.
Through advanced chipset technology, common control APIs, and interoperability, SDVoE technology promises zero-latency and uncompromised video while offering significant cost savings along with system flexibility and scalability.
MCX promises to simplify and accelerate the process of consolidating AV and data on a single network, enabling organisations in virtually any industry to reduce network management time and costs, as well as the total cost of ownership.