Turkmen TV is using Adder technology, including AdderLink Infinity, to connect control rooms and studios in its Turkmenistan TV Tower. Adder, the digital keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) specialist, supplied 24 AdderLink Infinity networks for the $450m station, via its partnership with Turkey-based regional distributor, Radikal Elektronik. This enabled Turkmen TV to extend DVI, USB, RS232 and audio across an IP network. Turkish systems integrator Policom also ordered 520 AdderLink X2 multi-screen extenders and 132 AdderView Matrix series KVM switches. “As one of the most vital parts of the technology chain, KVM extenders and switches have to be reliable, which is one of the many reasons Adder was chosen for this project,” explained Sarp Yelkencioglu, managing director of Radikal. “Our range of KVM extenders, particularly the AdderLink Infinity, are ideally suited to the broadcast industry as they offer a real-time, robust and reliable interface with computers, wherever the user needs to access them,” said Adrian Dickens, founder and managing director of Adder. “This means hot and noisy hardware can be securely stored well away from sensitive recording environments.” www.adder.com
Turkmen TV is using Adder technology, including AdderLink Infinity, to connect control rooms and studios in its Turkmenistan TV Tower.