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G and D to present KVM solutions

German manufacturer Guntermann and Drunck (G and D) is to present keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) extenders and switches at the IBC exhibition in Amsterdam, the firm has announced.

Between September 12th and 16th the company will showcase a range of KVM solutions, including switches, for broadcasting areas including studio and server rooms.

The firm believes the multi-platform extenders allow noisy computers to be moved out of studios and post-production areas and stored in access-secured and air-conditioned rooms.

Meanwhile several computers can be operated and administrated by one or more user consoles using KVM switches, the company claims.

In addition, G and D believes its IP solutions extend the range of use, as well as enabling systems to be accessed over network cables down to BIOS levels.

The firm was founded in 1985 and serves the needs of small and medium-sized companies.

It launched its first KVM switch Multi-PC Control in 1991 in response to the European market demands.

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