Tera Viewer enables IP-based monitoring and switching of video sources
Authorized users can access live monitoring and switching from wherever a high-performance IP connection is available, regardless of physical location and proximity to the Draco tera KVM matrix switch.
Broadcast technicians, editors, and other video personnel can easily select from the predefined list of computers assigned to them at the workstation. They can quickly assign the source and destination by simply dragging the CPU icon to the preferred display device.
Tera Viewer is ideally designed to work on touch-screen monitors for the most fluid computer-based control of source devices.
“Tera Viewer is an intuitive user interface ideally suited for professional KVM management at the workstation,” said Manuel Greisinger, IHSE head of sales. “With just a mouse click or a tap on a touch screen, you can quickly select the source you are looking for and carry out real-time video switching.”
The Tera Viewer monitoring solution will be available for live demonstration at IBC in Amsterdam, from 15 to 19 September 2017, stand 7.B30, alongside IHSE’s range of high-performance KVM switching and extension technology.
IHSE is a leading developer and manufacturer of advanced Keyboard, Video, Mouse (KVM) devices with more than 30 years of experience. KVM technology enables the remote switching, bidirectional extension and conversion of primary computer signals including DVI, HDMI, 4K DisplayPort, audio and USB. IHSE develops and manufactures an extensive range of KVM switches and extenders with visually lossless signal transmission from headquarters near Lake Constance, Germany.
IHSE products have been certified for outstanding manufacturing quality, security, operability, resilience and high transfer speeds. Many renowned companies and institutions across vertical sectors including Broadcast, Post Production, Air Traffic Control, Control Rooms, Banking, Industrial, Healthcare, Maritime, Education, Venues and Government rely on KVM solutions made by IHSE, Germany.