G&D Guntermann und Drunck
The extenders are perfect if you're accessing a machine which is up to 10,000 meters away. G & D's rious extenders work with the , DVI or VGA interface, enabling real-time work. Only two components are needed, namely a module in the computer as a transmitter and a module in the workplace as a receiver. In addition, several v o channels are possible and there are also extenders for other signals such as RS232, , audio or offered.
G & D produces switches to connect 2 to 64 computer systems that can be operated from a single workstation. For the administration and use of the systems so only a display, a mouse and a keyboard is needed. The switches are also stand-alone devices, so only the connection cables are needed to work with the solution. It goes without saying that G & D also supports rious interfaces in this area, including , DVI and VGA.
Analog and Digital Matrix Systems
In this segment, the manufacturer goes one step further, because a certain number of workstations get access to a number of computer systems , Therefore, an analog or digital matrix system consists of a central module, which practically represents the switch, and a computer and a workstation module.
Depending on requirements, the interfaces can be chosen freely. In addition, it is primarily dec d by means of the matrix switch how many ports are ultimately a ilable. The configuration of the matrix systems can be done via OSD (on-screen display) or a web interface. Matching accessories and other components can also be obtained directly from G & D.
With the products from the Digital Signage product line from G & D, rious v o and audio signals can be distributed. This allows, for example, a VGA signal from a source to bring up to 16 output devices, making the devices, for example, al for advertising or information display. Depending on the a ilable hardware, the choice also exists between VGA, DVI and , as well as with and without transmission of audio signals.
The enhancements to solutions are generally optional, but can add lue in everyday life. From programmable input devices such as the I-Key, to the operator panel for switching a G & D switch, to rack consoles, practically nothing is left to be desired. With the NetworkCenter, the manufacturer also offers a central device for configuring and monitoring network-enab G & D devices with corresponding support. Of course, the range also includes signal converters for rious interfaces.