Guide To KVM

A facility's KVM system is the invisible workhorse within the production environment—its presence is hardly even acknowledged until it stops operating. Reliability, latency, security and flexibility are the most important qualities in using KVM systems, along with the ability to expand control of digital devices as well as support higher video resolutions. These capabilities are being driven by the industry’s inevitable move to IP and virtualization, where the cloud predominates.


In TV Technology's latest ebook, we look at how the capabilities of KVM technology have expanded and improved over the past several decades as well as how increasing flexibility introduced with IP virtualization coupled with the rigorous demands of remote production have made the technology more vital than ever.  

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