Adder Technology launched AdderLink XDIP

AV extender with USB and audio over single CATX cable

Adder Technology launched the AdderLink XDIP. The extender enables users to locate computing hardware in secure and temperature controlled environments, away from the user work station, while maintaining the original desktop experience, using standard network infrastructure.

Source: Adder

As computing ecosystems grow in complexity and teams are looking to manage several remote sources through one workstation, the need for flexible extension without the loss of quality is critical. The AdderLink XDIP can extend video, USB2.0 and audio along a single minimum spec of CAT5e cable for 100m, further by routing through existing infrastructure. It is flexible when it comes to workstation interfaces, connecting with a range of USB devices and has a local feed-through port. 

Other features include 1920 x 1200 resolutions, and real-time control. The video extension system is compressed with every frame sent with very low latency; feed comes through at local and remote nodes providing video and USB from local and source.

EDID management allows true characteristics of the monitor to be passed back to the computer. A fixed EDID can also be specified CD quality analogue audio - bi-directional CD audio quality is available to transfer audio to and from local to remote. Microphones and headphones are also supported.

The AdderLink XDIP is delivered in a zero configuration state so users can plug the units in and start working; no drivers or softwares are needed.

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