KVM extenders enable computer access from remotely located workstations.
IHSE is a leading developer and manufacturer of advanced keyboard, video, mouse (KVM) extenders and switches.
Information is crucial to safe and efficient air operations. IHSE solutions transport real-time data throughout the entire air traffic control and management process, enhancing safety and operational efficiency from take-off to landing, and beyond.
IHSE systems deliver critical data to control towers, aid ground and air personnel training, assist with baggage handling and inform passengers through terminal information and signage.
All with multiple-levels of system redundancy, back-up and failsafe operation to ensure continuous, mission-critical operation. Features include:
- Continuous 24/7 operation with minimal downtime
- Artefact and latency-free video up to 4K/60Hz and more
- Fully secure KVM transmission with instant response
- Redundancy and back-up to meet security requirements
KVM products for signal switching, extension and conversion
IHSE’s KVM products create a more inviting and productive workspace for employees or customers by extending the reach of computer peripherals away from their primary sources, central processing unit (CPUs) and servers.
KVM solutions eliminate the need for multiple keyboards and move CPUs away from workstations to reduce clutter, environmental noise and total power consumption.
IHSE offers products for switching, extending and converting multiple signal formats using either Cat X or fibre-optic cabling.
The company’s extender modules support a range of formats, such as DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, analogue and digital audio, USB-HID, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, RS-232 and RS-422.
KVM matrix switches
IHSE’s matrix solutions enable switching between various sources and remote consoles. Any connected console featuring peripherals can access any other connected computer within the network.
Matrix switching defines a connection between sources and peripherals. IHSE’s unique Draco tera switches offer fast KVM switching, providing full computer access without delays, and up to 288 I / O ports can be configured.
Sources and peripherals are automatically recognised and mapped, without manual re-configuration.
With KVM extenders, users can re-locate their computers or CPU servers at longer distances than allowed by standard cables. The extenders can be interconnected via copper cables (Cat X) or fibre-optic cabling at ranges of up to 10km.
IHSE’s extenders connect users to peripherals, such as keyboards, monitors, and USB-HID and USB 2.0 accessories, as if they were located directly at the workstation. Relocating CPU devices in separate rooms makes it easier to protect critical CPUs and servers from dirt, moisture and unauthorised access.
The company’s solutions eliminate heat and noise disturbances produced by CPUs and servers, making them suitable for a range of environments, such as financial and data centres, sound studios, hospitals, air traffic control towers, and seagoing vessels with limited equipment space.
IHSE’s media conversion technology enables clients’ older protocols and computer display technology to work effectively with the latest equipment and digital display devices.
The company’s video converters have evolved from a basic stop-gap technology concept to a critical solution for a customer’s maintenance and service requirements.
Converter modules allow a variety of formats, such as CGA, EGA, RGB, S-Video, Component Video, SDI and HD-SDI, to be displayed on newer DVI flat panel displays, extending the lifecycles of industrial and commercial-grade electronic equipment.
IP module Sira offers a highly secure solution for remote access to computers.
IHSE's KVM technology is used to provide airports with real-time traffic data for optimum operations, as well as enhanced safety and efficiency.
This case study looks into the installation of Draco tera compact matrix switches in the control centre and simulation rooms at Frankfurt Airport in Germany.
The expansion plans at the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol included the new fifth runway, Polderbaan, opened for operation at the end of February 2003, as well as the renovation of Departure Lounge 1, which opened in 2005.
Frankfurt International Airport is Germany's main airport hub. It is owned and operated by public body Fraport. Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS) is the authority responsible for the facility's traffic control.
King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah is the third largest and busiest airport of Saudi Arabia. It handled 17.8 million passengers in 2010. The airport is the gateway to Saudi Arabia for a large number of pilgrims. It is close to the cities of Mecca and Medina, two of the holiest sites in Islam.
In the new major international airport in Berlin-Brandenburg, KVM technology from the German developer and manufacturer IHSE enables remote computer access and control of various mission control and monitoring systems.
In the new major international airport in Berlin-Brandenburg, keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) technology from IHSE enables remote computer access and control of various mission control and monitoring systems.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, many countries have instigated social distance measures for their citizens.
In these unprecedented and uncertain times, businesses and public sector organisations are focusing on how they can continue to operate and remain effective in times of crisis and ensure their survival in the future.
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IHSE has expanded the connectivity of its KVM solutions to include location-independent access over an IP interface.
IHSE is expanding the successful Draco ultra series with additional KVM extender models.
IHSE has announced the launch of Draco ultra DP 1.2 Dual-Head option kit.
IHSE Draco tera KVM systems now allow for the collaborative use of multi-monitor workstations.
A strategy that identifies and delivers the crucial features of mission-critical KVM systems, TRUE KVM will be the subject of IHSE’s demonstrations at ISE this year.
IHSE has brought out its new Draco vario Remote IP CPU.
While IHSE's existing Draco vario Remote IP CPU module connects virtual machines to KVM matrix switch systems, a new feature has now been added that enables webpages to be accessed on the web browser in Kiosk Mode.
IHSE will be showcasing its latest KVM innovations at the IBC Exhibition in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Be there to see and experience IHSE's latest advanced KVM products at the InfoComm Event.
IHSE's Draco vario Remote IP CPU transforms both the keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) market and the virtual machine space by joining the two systems to create a streamlined solution.
IHSE has won Best of Show at NAB2018 for the Draco ultra series of keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) products.