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Rise of the virtual machines

Recognising that the ever-growing number of CPUs used in studios and broadcasting centres are now also virtualised, Black Box has released InvisaPC to close the gap between traditional KVM and virtual machines.

With this compact device, it is not just possible to extend and switch DVI, USB HID, USB 2.0 and audio, but also to control virtual machines using RDP 7.1/8 Remote FX. The IP-based system only requires a low bandwidth of maximum 35Mbps to transmit HD moving images (1080p), and performs well even at latencies up to 50ms, said Black Box.