8K resolutions at 60Hz using four video channels
4K and UltraHD resolutions at 60Hz
DisplayPort, Dual link DVI, Single link DVI and VGA
Supports multi channel variant with four video inputs
Up to 400 metres transmission range.
Up to 10.000 metres transmission range.
Based on layer 3 IP networks over gigabit ethernet.
Users can use the mouse to easily switch between channels.
What began in 1985 with the development of products for software training has now become one of the leading high end manufacturers in the KVM sector. We are focused on a long-term entrepreneurial perspective, economic stability and reliable statements.
We experienced all the crucial developments in our sector first hand; we even played an important role in shaping them. We continuously strengthened our market position by expanding our KVM portfolio through sustainable developments such as developing one of the first modular matrix switches in 1994.
Operating as one of the leading manufacturers of KVM extenders, switches and matrix switches over many years has enabled us to gain solid knowledge in developing and manufacturing our products. The ways in which our broad product portfolio can be combined even in large and complicated projects never ceases to amaze our customers. Already impressive in their basic version, our product variants are even more versatile when combined together.
Strong employee retention, a powerful partner network and a high degree of customer loyalty are only few of the strengths that make Guntermann & Drunck a reliable partner for KVM solutions.
KVM is short for Keyboard, Video, and Mouse and refers to computer ports. KVM products are connected to these and other ports, from where they extend or switch computer signals.
Hence, KVM is the group designation of a technology, and not a special brand or company.
A KVM switch connects many computers that can be operated over one console (monitor, keyboard, mouse).
Switching between computers is carried out over a button at the switch or via hotkey. Depending on size, KVM switches also provide an OSD to switch between computers.
A KVM extender extends keyboard, video and mouse signals to operate a computer from a great distance.
An extender system consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is connected to the computer’s keyboard, video, and mouse interfaces, while the transmitter is connected at the remote console. Both devices are connected with one or more cables.
A KVM matrix system combines several extenders and switches in one device.
Numerous consoles have access to numerous computers even over long distances.
The systems are mainly distinguished by the video signal.
For us, working closely with our customers means offering you our know-how from the moment you contact us right up to technical on-site consulting. Our top priority is to implement your solution precisely and on time.
We don’t just talk about customer care, we live it.