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Visit Black Box at IBC 2018
in Amsterdam

14-18 September 2018, RAI Amsterdam - Hall8, Booth B.59

IBC 2017

High Performance KVM-over-IP: From the Edge to Playout

Black Box will once again mark its presence at the World's leading Media, Entertainment & Technology Trade Show, IBC 2018 in Amsterdam.

This year, we will be showcasing technology solutions for post-production and broadcast that serve both conventional on-air playout, audio/video editing as well as IP and virtual machine based content transmission and workflows. Find out how our zero latency, lossless signal extension connectivity solutions optimise work efficiency in OB vans, in broadcast control rooms and in post production editing suites.

Stop by our booth to find out more about our solutions for:

KVM, Video Walls & Intuitive Control Solutions for Control Rooms


Reliable Signal Distribution for Live Broadcast

  • Secure and reliable KVM switching and extension technology for physical and virtual servers allowing the spacial separation of user workstations and servers
  • Distribution of audio/peripheral/HD video signals over IP networks in critical environments such as MCR or production studios
  • KVM switching that facilitates end content acquisition and playout through efficient management and distribution of A/V and peripheral signals at all stages of the broadcast workflow
  • Secure Centralised Content Management through prevention of content theft by limiting direct access to computing & network hardware

AV Signal Distribution & Collaboration for Meeting Rooms


Post Production Workflow Improvement

  • 4K60 KVM Matrix Switching and flexible A/V extension for content monitoring. Flexible allocation of editing ressources and sharing of costly software suites.
  • Real Time Multi User Collaboration for video editing, grading, CGI, VFX, audio and more
  • Prevention of copyrighted content theft by limiting direct access computing & network hardware
  • Point-to-point extension to mirror/duplicate source connections to multiple suites allowing collaborative rather than silo based workflows across large productions

Why visit Black Box at IBC 2018?

Unique chance to learn about our technology solutions:

  • InvisaPC: KVM-over-IP and KVM for virtual machines
  • Boxilla™: revolutionary centralised KVM network management tool connecting all of your KVM systems
  • DKM: instantaneous high performance KVM Matrix Switching with 4K60 support
  • ControlBridge: highly interconnectible control processor and touch screen control system
  • Radian: modular video-wall processor that allows you to configure video walls in control rooms with optimum positioning and scaling in real-time

Discover new trends, business ideas and networking opportunities with industry leaders shaping the broadcast market.

Schedule a DEMO at IBC 2018

Come talk to one of our experienced technical experts to get to know more about our solutions

Get your FREE ticket here

Copy and use this Invitation Code [15493] and save up to 160€!

IBC 2018 dates
13 - 18 September 2018

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre,
Hall 8 , Booth B.59
Europaplein 22,
The Netherlands


IBC Amsterdam Map

Schedule a DEMO at IBC 2018

You are more than welcome to come talk to one of our experienced technical experts to get to know more about our solutions. Stop by our booth to get the chance to witness various simulated broadcast and post production workflow scenarios and understand how our solutions can substantially help increase productivity and save costs.

You are more than welcome to come and talk to one of our experienced technical experts to get to know more about our solutions.

Visit us in Hall 8, Booth B.59

Schedule a meeting during the event here.

Featured Solutions

KVM - VDI / KVM over IP : InvisaPC™

Extend HD Video and USB signals across IP networks at low bandwidth requirement

InvisaPC™ bridges the gap between IP-based KVM extension and switching and access to virtual machines. It provides remote access to physical or virtualised CPUs for real-time and high-bandwidth applications.

Centralised KVM / AV management : Boxilla™

Network Command Centre for Centralised KVM / AV Management

When connected within a KVM Matrix Switch, Boxilla™ allows centralised KVM network management, establishing the perfect focal point for video and data distribution to the workstation area. This allows for the setup of a remote control and monitoring system that provides centralised awareness of the equipment performance and availability.

Modular Matrix Switching: 4K DKM KVM Matrix Switches

KVM matrix switching and extension with digital resolutions of up to 4K at 60 fps

The DKM Series extends the operation channel of numerous video signal formats, allowing you to install the appropriate new card or expand the existing one, which will then integrate with the existing audio, USB or serial ports. Furthermore, redundant, hot-swappable PSUs ensure excellent availability, meaning the device is suitable MCRs.

Room Control and Multi-System Automation: ControlBridge™

Enable multiple system control and room automation through a single touch panel

ControlBridge™ enables operators to trigger control room and room automation systems via an intuitive touch panel GUI or even mobile devices. Control signals via Ethernet or a serial connection to a video wall through the use of dynamic API commands or preset functions.

Video Wall Processing: Radian™

Create advanced video walls to improve situational awareness and operator response time in control rooms

Radian™ video wall processor allows you to compose multiple video walls with up to 64 screens of any size and is designed for fast switching and 24/7 operations. Drag and drop content from hundreds of different sources (DVI, HDMI, IP etc.) anywhere on the video wall - in real time. The chassis-based system supports 4K and is compatible with ultra high-definition displays.

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