Broadcast projects are as exciting as they are versatile. However, planning them requires a clear perspective and endurance. The KVM industry alone provides so many solutions that sometimes it’s hard to keep an overview. Therefore, the month of January offers people working in broadcast the perfect opportunity to experience well-known manufacturers like Guntermann & Drunck live at Hamburg Open 2014.
Anyone who is looking for sophisticated KVM solutions will make a find at Guntermann & Drunck. The combination of the broad product portfolio and almost 30 years of experience of implementing projects gives broadcasters the feeling of finally having found the right partner.
KVM for indoors and outdoors
At Hamburg Open, Guntermann & Drunck will present tailored and intelligent solutions for TV and radio stations and consult visitors on how to integrate KVM into their individual installations. Applying KVM devices is especially useful in environments requiring concentration, silence and space. Computers can be moved out of studios or OB vans and placed into separate technology areas. Therefore, both the broadcasters and the post production team are able to work without any distractions.
Applied in OB vans, KVM equipment enables users to access all computers from any workstation. With the help of KVM matrix switches, even mobile broadcasters have constant access to the remote computers. Guntermann & Drunck will present parts of its product portfolio of KVM switches, KVM extenders, converters as well as many other devices.
1,800m² of broadcast expertise
Hamburg Open is organized by MCI, the Studio Hamburg Media Consult International GmbH. MCI operates in the field of consulting, planning and managing projects involving TV, radio and other media. For Hamburg Open, MCI invited partners that gained the company’s trust with tailored and sophisticated consulting, technology, equipment and turnkey solutions.
Over 70 well-known exhibitors from the broadcast industry are expected at 1,800 m² of exhibition space. Interesting lectures and workshops will round up the event.