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Guntermann & Drunck|8 November 2017

DP1.2-MUX3-ATC

KVM switch DP1.2-MUX3-ATC can operate up to three computers from one workspace (e.g. primary, redundancy and fall-back systems).

KVM switch DP1.2-MUX3-ATC can operate up to three computers from one workspace (e.g. primary, redundancy and fall-back systems).

The high-performance system supports 4K resolution at 60Hz and avoids the short image disturbances usually found at these resolutions when switching. The switcher is specially designed for the demands of ATC – 100% secure round-the-clock operation at top performance.

The new KVM switch shows its strengths in ATC redundancy concepts. The compression-free system facilitates extremely fast switching. Redundancy and fall-back systems can easily be set up to run parallel to the primary system.

In the case of computer malfunction, the user can switch to a redundancy system at the touch of a button, within a fraction of a second.

Especially designed for air traffic control, the KVM switch boasts mission-critical features such as screen-freeze function, SNMP and monitoring for the active health management of system components, as well as redundant power supply.

Guntermann & Drunck is a leading provider of digital and analogue kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) products for air traffic control rooms, broadcast, and automation.
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