Award winning KVM in the Media industries

Event Type: 
Section Meeting
Event Date: 
Thursday, September 25, 2014 - 18:15 to 21:00
Channel Four
124 Horseferry Road
SW1P 2TX London
United Kingdom
Event Details: 

 Celebrating its 30th year as a UK technology designer and manufacturer, Adder will demonstrate why the AdderLink Infinity technology was recognized by the 2014 Queens award for Innovation

With the wider availability of high speed networks it has become possible to use the standard network infrastructure as the core for modern KVM systems. Previous approaches have been restricted by a combination of lack of colour depth, frame rate and support for USB peripherals.

Jamie Adkin will demonstrate how it is now possible to deliver full HD at 60 frames per second plus full USB interaction without the loss of picture quality or peripheral lag previously associated with this approach.

Fitting beautifully in the gaps between editorial development, Client review and finishing, this new approach enables studios to remotely locate computers and access them as if the user were directly connected.

The advantages of the networked approach are immense, changing the way that access and control workflow can be considered.  The business case is clear, enabling a rapid ROI using hardware that is proven for mission critical systems as standard as opposed to a single vendor customized solution.

Adderlink is a Small Business Sustaining member of SMPTE

SMPTE UK section thanks Channel 4 for providing the Venue and ample refreshments.

Please come and meet each other before the start of formal business at 19h00.

Registration is required for this event and will open about a month before the meeting


Channel Four is equidistant from

St James Park -  District and Circle line – exit Broadway turn right Walk past New Scotland Yard – Cross Victoria Street into Strutton Ground –pedestrianized street.  Channel Four is two blocks away. About 6 mins  

Victoria – National Rail, Victoria District and Circle line and Buses – Walk along Victoria Street and turn right into Strutton Ground pedestrianized street. Channel Four is two blocks away. - About 12 mins

Westminster – Jubilee District and Circle line and Buses – either walk past Westminster Abbey into Victoria Street , turn left into Strutton Ground, or Past  the Houses of Parliament  and  turn second right into Great Peter Street   - turn left when you get to Strutton Ground   - About 15 mins

The 507 bus linking Waterloo stops A and W and Victoria stop B passes the door get off at Strutton Ground

 Use the TFL journey finder      Barclays cycle hire in Graycote Street and Horseferry Road

 Channel 4 is within the Charging Zone and thus Car travel is not advised



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