IHSE USA’s Focus at InfoComm Features Real-Time KVM Workflow Solutions for Remote and Local Operations

Abbildung Draco MultiView 4K60

Cranbury, NJ, October 6, 2021 – IHSE USA today announced that it will be showcasing its latest KVM (keyboard, video, and mouse) solutions in booth 3955 at InfoComm 2021, taking place Oct. 27-29 in Orlando, Florida. To meet the demand for high-resolution video in large control rooms at government and commercial facilites, the company will highlight its Draco MultiView 4k60 processor, Draco tera flex seires KVM matrix systems, Draco vario ultra DisplayPort 1.1 dual-head extender, and Draco vario ultra HDMI 2.0 extenders.

“Todays ‘anywhere’ connected facilities require highly secure, completely reliable information systems that enable instant access to hundreds of sources from dedicated output devices, while applications such as training simulations rely on the distribution of video content at the highest possible resolution and with no latency or video artifacts,” said Dan Holland, marketing manager at IHSE USA. “Our Draco MultiView 4K60, tera flex matrix switch, and vario DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 extenders can meet the needs of both. Not only do IHSE systems provide a high level of security — including access control lists — and extremely fast switching for increased efficiency, but they also ensure that content is transmitted in pristine quality. We can’t wait to show what they can do in Orlando.”

The Draco MultiView 4K60 enables simultaneous operation of four computers displayed on a single display with full access from a single keyboard and mouse. Offering four inputs and two outputs, the 1RU solution is capable of handling four ultra-high-resolution video displays up to 4K/UHD at a 60Hz frame rate, users simply move the mouse from one display region to another. With programmable keyboard commands, real-time switching between video sources is also possible. By default, the system’s individual screens can be arranged freely and displayed in different modes: fullscreen, quadscreen, picture-in-picture, preview, 2+2, and free mode. Presets allow for instant switching between layouts. External control options are available via API or the GPIO interface.

Introduced in 2020, the new Draco tera flex KVM matrix systems bring advanced features normally found in larger-scale matrix frames from IHSE USA. Ranging from 16 ports to 160 ports in compact sizes, the Draco tera flex is available in 1RU, 2RU, and 4RU frame sizes. Expansion modules can be mixed between Cat-X and fiber optic types, in either 1Gbit/s or 3 Gbit/s bandwidth, and multiple switches can be interconnected easily using the optional matrix grid technology. The Draco tera flex incorporates several advanced features from the Draco tera enterprise series, including SNMPv3, LDAPS, multilingual on-screen display, encrypted communication for maximum security, and fast booting. The switch’s modular structure permits the simple interchange of individual components and paves the way for future expansion.

For high-end workstations utilizing multiple displays, the Draco vario ultra DisplayPort 1.1 dual-head KVM extender enables visually lossless extension of two high-resolution DisplayPort signals and a keyboard and mouse connected over a single duplex fiber optic or Cat-X cable. This simplifies installations and lowers costs by reducing cable requirements and matrix ports. Fully digital video signals can be transmitted in 4K resolutions up to 4096×2160 and UHD resolutions to 3840×2160, while embedded audio signals are directly reproduced by connected displays with integrated speakers. In combination with optional analog or digital audio modules, the stereo signal can be extracted and output separately.

The Draco vario ultra HDMI 2.0 extender gives users real-time access to HDMI computers from a remote workstation — including monitor, keyboard, mouse, loudspeakers, and other peripheral devices — over a duplex LC fiber connection. The integrated Fraunhofer IIS Lici® codec enables the transfer of fully digital video at 4K resolutions up to 4096×2160 at 60Hz. The KVM extender also supports audio transmission via the HDMI interface.

More information on IHSE USA and its KVM solutions is available at https://ihseusa.com/.

Featured: Stephan Linder

Porträt von Mark Hempel, Head of Product Management IHSE

Stephan Linder is the new Head of Production at the IHSE GmbH production site and headquarters in Oberteuringen, Germany.

Prior to his new position at IHSE Stephan Linder was team lead and later department manager for industrial engineering at a “hidden champion” in the Lake Constance area where he gathered lots of expertise and insights not only in the high-tech sector in general but effectively as the key figure in connecting research and development with production. This included comprehensive manufacturing support, implementation of projects from a development and a production perspective.

Stephan’s goal is to create processes and structures that not only pose the basis for better plannable, reliable and economical production but that also meet future requirements from a technical, market and customer perspective.

Stephan Linder lives with his family not too far from the IHSE headquarters in the beautiful Allgäu region where he enjoys riding his motorcycle.

Welcome aboard!

I am looking forward to working with a great team and am eager to tackle all upcoming challenges.

Stephan Linder

Production Manager IHSE

DISABLING TEMPORAL DITHERING

Disabling Temporal Dithering

Dithering is a technique to compensate for missing color values to increase the perceived amount of color and shading.  It allows for example to display a 10 bit per color picture on an 8 bit per color system. Temporal dithering can lead to very high bandwidth usage and thus to limited performance.  When transmitting a dithered video via extenders the lower compression rate may cause frame drops or reduced video quality for example.

This Technology Briefing gives a short introduction to dithering and explains how temporal dithering can be disabled to improve performance and prevent frame drops.

Introduced: Alan Wang

We are delighted to welcome Alan Wang as our new general manager for China.

Alan Wang has been actively engaged in the industrial control room sector for 17 years and is familiar with KVM, AV systems, videowalls and control consoles. He has extensive experience in sales management and industrial system integration in a range of business areas including telecommunication, power plant and emergency control rooms and in banking and air traffic management systems.

Before joining IHSE, Alan served as general manager of Guangzhou MediaComm and general manager of Beijing HiteVision.

Alan will focus on sales management, sales team building and the development of channels and partners in China. He will develop sales strategy, set sales targets and will be closely involved supporting key customers and major projects.

I’m excited to apply my industry knowledge and experience to surmount the complexities of doing business in China.

Alan Wang
General Manager IHSE ASIA

Introducing: Carmine Colicelli

Carmine Colicelli has been the new team leader of our sales team at the headquarters in Oberteuringen since mid-July. In his role as central office service coordinator he is responsible for the planning, controlling and monitoring of our national and international sales activities.

Carmine has many years of experience in sales and logistics at various international companies. Most recently, he was a team leader for customer service at Saint Gobain in the area of component supply for the aerospace industry.

I am proud to join an internationally successful company with innovative products and to contribute to the further success of IHSE.

Carmine Colicelli

Introducing: Manuel Greisinger

We are pleased to welcome Manuel Greisinger who joined IHSE as Head of Sales on June 1, 2017.

Manuel has long-standing international sales and management experience, building deep relationships with end customers and strategic partners in a wide variety of vertical markets (Broadcast, Industrial, Data Center, Automotive, Communications, Military & Government) and a track record of exceeding sales goals  and transforming businesses towards incremental growth.

For almost 5 years he has been with Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group (previously known as Altera), most recently running the sales organization for Central and Eastern Europe (including Russia, Middle East and Africa) with a diverse, multicultural team based in Munich, Germany.

Prior to joining Intel, he worked for a Venture Capital firm in San Francisco. Previous professional experiences also include Agilent Technologies (today: Keysight Technologies) and at Avnet, Inc. (EBV Elektronik).

Manuel studied Microsystems Engineering in Regensburg, Germany and holds a “Dipl.-Ing. (FH)” degree.

Manuel said: “I am really excited to join IHSE at its current growth stage. Together with the great team around the world, I look forward to further driving growth in existing and new vertical markets and to be instrumental in taking the next step towards developing the company into a global market leader.  Having known IHSE and Dr. Enno Littmann for over 4 years now, I am more than confident that the company with its talented team is very well positioned for a successful, bright and exciting future. I will leverage my diverse international experiences and professional network to help the company reach this next level and I look forward to being part of the team”.