Adder’s new solution enables secure WAN access with same performance as local keyboard, video, mouse (KVM) connection.
- Smooth motion video at up to 30 frames per second (fps)
- Precise mouse synchronization
- Enterprise-level security with Microsoft Active Directory integration
Adder Technology has announced an exciting evolution to its highly successful ipeps range of remote access products. The new ADDERLink ipeps+ boasts significant technological developments and brings enhanced remote access functionality to all industries where security and video quality are business-critical.
In many markets, where computers are situated in restricted or difficult-to-access areas, such as industrial sites, silicon fabrication plants and off-shore locations, the need for secure and responsive remote control is paramount. Any delay, even if only a second, could impact the entire operation.
In response to this need, Adder has developed the ipeps+ to provide smooth-motion video at up to 30 fps together with 24-bit colour depth over IP. This versatile addition to the Adder portfolio enables organisations to securely view and edit HD video from anywhere in the world as if they were locally connected to the target computer.
“The adoption rate of KVM-over-IP is forecasted to skyrocket over the next five years,” said Johnny Chuang, vice president at Adder channel partner, Accordance,“and we have seen a significant increase in customers demanding the ability to securely access servers or computers from anywhere in the world, across a WAN, with an ‘at desk experience’.
“As such, the launch of the ipeps+ has come at a perfect time for us. It makes that high-quality user experience achievable without having to undergo a costly system redesign.”
The ipeps+ is the ideal remote access solution in environments where security is critical. A public-to-private network separation plus AES encryption minimizes the risk of an external security breach, whilst user access profiles and integration with Microsoft Active Directory ensure internal security is not compromised.
“When it comes to remote access, we’re seeing more and more customers choosing hardware over software. It is non-intrusive, more secure and enables BIOS-level access, enabling the user to see and control everything as if connected locally,” said Martin Norman, senior product manager at Adder Technology.
The ADDERLink ipeps+ is available through Adder’s global network of subsidiaries and channel partners from 31 January 2019.