Locate computers anywhere you like, share connections to computers, watch the interactions others have with computers, share control, collaborate, switch computers, and so on.
The product interfaces USB peripherals such as the keyboard, mouse or graphics tablet, together with DVI for the video display, over a standard layer 3 gigabit ethernet network, on copper or fibre.
Dual link or dual head DVI:
The ADDERLink INFINITY dual features full DVI connectivity for either dual link or dual head applications. DVI delivers native digital video signals from your computer to your digital panel (LCD for example) without the need to convert signal types from the digital domain. By delivering native digital video throughout the ADDERLink INFINITY network, you can be assured of accuracy on each and every pixel.
Network Topology - CATx or fibre:
You can configure your network topology to best suit your needs. If you simply want to extend one computer Tx to one user Rx, you can do so by connecting both Tx and Rx units via a low cost CATx cable or fibre. Distance is not limited - a standard network cable will deliver IP traffic up to 100 metres away. If you want to go further, simply add a network switch in to achieve an additional 100 metres. This can be done many times if you wish.
The ADDERLink INFINITY network is assumed to be a private network which you manage. As such, you can control maximum data rates generated by each Tx unit to ensure absolute stability.
Perfect Digital Video:
The ADDERLink INFINITY makes use of multiple video encode technologies devised by Adder to deliver the very best picture available. Our encoding systems are spatially lossless, with 1:1 pixel mapping, so the digital video you receive is the same as the digital video leaving the remote computer.
Intelligent Video Encoding:
The ADDERLink INFINITY uses optimal spatially lossless compression techniques to minimise network bandwidth usage and maximise the user experience. In most usage scenarios, with typical computer desktop applications, the ADDERLink INFINITY uses remarkably little bandwidth. When it needs to deliver full screen motion video, it has the capability to process full screen moving video in real time.