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KVM installations on parade

15 September 2017

IHSE is sharing customer stories at its IBC stand. Among the current projects, NEP is constructing four new 4K OB super trucks in Australia that will offer IHSE’s KVM switching systems. Two 28-camera, 34-seat vehicles are already in operation,
with two identical trucks nearing completion.

Milan Milenkovic, project director for NEP Australia, said: “A centralised KVM system is essential to this design.”

Singapore-based Mediacorp’s new production centre is equipped with an IHSE Draco tera KVM matrix switch system for KVM control and access of remotely located broadcast servers.

The news area has a fully redundant Draco tera enterprise KVM switching system. In the studio and radio areas, a similar, smaller set up was created around Draco tera compact switches. Qvest Media teamed up with IHSE APAC’s local system integration partner Broadcast Engineering Services to design and deliver the systems.

Japanese broadcaster Chukyo TV’s new broadcast complex has recently been upgraded with a IHSE Draco tera KVM switching system. Working with the Chukyo engineering teams, local IHSE system integrator Itochu Cable Systems supplied and installed the system.

The IHSE Draco tera KVM system was also installed in Abbey Road Studios’ newest film mixing stage in London.

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