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5 December 2019

Adder Technology Announces ADDERLink INFINITY 4000 Series New Features

Adder Technology has announced a new feature set for its multi-award-winning ADDERLink INFINITY 4000 Series.

Launched earlier this year, 4K IP keyboard, monitor and mouse (KVM) matrix solution now supports high-speed USB 2.0 for integration with third-party devices alongside simplified configuration for a point-to-point extension.

Enabling high-speed USB 2.0 link allows transparent USB communication up to 480 Mbps, which is beneficial for clients using mass storage devices. The update also enables isochronous communication, which introduces plug and play support for USB devices and third-party tools such as DaVinci Resolve Color Grading Panels.

The introduction of an internally generated browser on the receiver unit allows users to view all endpoints, alter settings and configure the whole extension without having to access an external browser, simplifying the configuration and set-up process.

Approved Adder partner and leading UK IT solutions provider Boxer Systems sales manager Peter Jones said: “The new features introduced to the ADDERLink INFINITY 4000 Series are significant.

“Plug and play capability for third party devices means that our customers can further streamline their workflows and simplify configuration, saving both set-up time and infrastructure costs.”

Adder senior product manager John Halksworth said: “At Adder, customer feedback is key to product design and development. Since its launch earlier this year, the reception towards the ALIF4000 Series has surpassed all our expectations and we are confident that these new features will further contribute to the success of the range.”

The new features are available to all existing ADDERLink INFINITY 4000 customers in firmware update 2.01.

Adder is one of the global leaders in connectivity solutions and 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...
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