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Adder Technology

IP KVM Technology for the Naval Sector

Adder Technology is a global expert in connectivity and high-performance IP keyboard, monitor and mouse (KVM) technology.

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Adder Technology is a global expert in connectivity and high-performance IP keyboard, monitor and mouse (KVM) technology.

The company designs and develops market-leading network solutions that give naval personnel secure and reliable real-time access to highly sensitive data and video content, enabling them to make faster and better-informed decisions in mission-critical situations.

The amount of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data being collected by military and defence organisations is growing, and the need to analyse and deliver this mission-critical information is of the utmost importance.

The ADDERLink INFINITY 4000 Series (ALIF4000) is the world's first dual-head high-performance 4K IP KVM extender over a single fibre.
The ADDERLink INFINITY 100T (ALIF100T) is a Zero U high-performance IP KVM transmitter that enables the use of standard IT infrastructure to extend computers away from the user environment.
The ADDERLink INFINITY Dual 2112T is equipped with Real VNC and operates on the standard IP network, enabling up to 16 users to simultaneously, remotely and securely access computers outside of the main network.
The ipeps+ enables the user to remotely access and control the critical computing hardware, using the standard IP network.

Adder’s IPM KVM solutions offer a number of benefits to the naval sector.

IPM KVM solutions for improved security

Defence and intelligence operations are under increasing levels of threat from both outside and inside sources. As a result, they require the highest levels of physical and digital security to protect sensitive data. Many conventional audio/video (AV) and IT systems fail to provide the necessary levels of protection to mitigate these threats and, therefore, military and federal agencies are looking for alternate resolutions.

The adoption of high-performance IP KVM solutions allows resources to be consolidated into a secure server room, creating a physical air gap between the user and data, which, in turn, reduces both internal and external threats. Removing the ability to use computers minimises the risks, posed by accessing network and USB ports, and hard drives, while the option to assign user access controls ensures that data cannot be reached by unauthorised personnel.

IPM KVM improves collaboration and situational awareness

Operating within the ‘commercial off-the-shelf’ (COTS) framework, Adder’s IP KVM solutions enhance collaboration and situational awareness by allowing authorised users to instantly display any source of data in a cooperative or secure environment. Using fast switching technology, administrators have real-time access to different data sources without compromising latency or video quality.

IPM KVM for agile mission control

As the scope of the mission changes, team sizes adjust to respond accordingly. As a result, the technology and resources that have been deployed must be able to adapt. By implementing IP KVM, military organisations can quickly and easily reconfigure control rooms to meet the demands of the mission or adapt and expand their systems to enable wider sharing and access functionality.

Requiring 24/7 reliability and resiliency in some of the toughest conditions, the technology deployed by the military must be able to offer round-the-clock functionality. Adder’s solutions ensure full redundancy to meet these requirements and provide a remote back-up in the event of a system failure to ensure maximum operational uptime.

With Adder’s high-performance IP KVM solutions, military and federal agencies can be certain that their sensitive data will be securely collected, managed, analysed and shared in real-time, without any risks to security, accuracy or quality.

High-Performance IP KVM Solutions

Keyboard, video, mouse (KVM) switch technology was first introduced to the market in the 1990s as a method of controlling multiple computers with a single keyboard, video and mouse.

Adder Technology Limited

Saxon Way Bar Hill
Cambridge
CB23 8SL
United Kingdom

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