Find Out What Black Box Will Showcase at NAB Show 2023
Black Box will showcase new additions to the company’s Emerald KVM-over-IP platform at the 2023 NAB Show in Booth W1322—the company will offer visitors a demonstration of its Emerald DESKVUE, a completely new concept in KVM-over-IP; Black Box will also present more about DESKVUE in the Connect Innovation Theater W3421 on April 17 at 4:00 p.m.
“The 2023 NAB Show debut of Emerald DESKVUE is exciting because this new product truly does enable a new level of customization, responsiveness, and efficiency in working with numerous systems,” said John Hickey, senior director of R&D and KVM Systems at Black Box. It’s great to have the opportunity to show this and other Emerald systems in a real-world environment. And with DESKVUE, especially, the hands-on experience really highlights the all-around improvement to situational awareness and productivity.”
At the 2023 NAB Show, Black Box will debut and demonstrate its new Emerald DESKVUE KVM-over-IP receiver.
Offering a completely new concept in KVM-over-IP, Emerald DESKVUE eliminates the traditional one-to-one relationship with a transmitter or virtual system and allows users to create a personalized workspace where they can simultaneously view and interact with up to 16 different systems. Users can now tailor their workspace as best suits their needs by connecting a single keyboard, mouse, USB 3/2 devices, audio, and up to four 4K/5K monitors.
Emerald DESKVUE connects to physical systems via Emerald transmitters; VMs using RDP, PCoIP, PCoIP ultra, and H.264/265 sources; and Virtual Network Computing (VNC). All systems can be positioned across the screens as freely movable windows. Interacting with each system is as simple as moving the mouse onto the window. This model enables the user to maintain complete situational awareness and full control within easy reach.
Black Box Emerald KVM-over-IP Platform
The Black Box Emerald KVM-over-IP platform serves as an infinitely scalable universal access system, giving users the flexibility to connect to both physical and virtual machines from any location at any time, which allows for optimized studio infrastructure and workflows.
Advanced security and low-bandwidth consumption allow maximum expandability, incorporating remote users, remote productions, and distributed control rooms. Interoperability between 4K and HD video and one-touch setup of control rooms, combined with a high degree of automation through Emerald’s APIs, give users valuable flexibility and ease of use in managing signals and format types to deliver content with an innovative look and feel—all while preserving investment in existing IT equipment.
The Emerald Remote App turns any Windows 10 device into a software KVM receiver—without the need for additional hardware. According to Black Box, Emerald delivers “superior value, lowering costs of ownership and saving IT investments”.
Black Box Boxilla KVM Manager
The Black Box Boxilla enterprise-level KVM manager makes it easy for users to control and monitor an unlimited number of Emerald devices and software solutions, according to the company.
With what the company calls an “intuitive and visually appealing dashboard”, Boxilla offers a simple, complete solution for monitoring system performance, configuring proactive security alerts, checking on real-time device status, and identifying active devices, connections, and users, as well as their current bandwidth usage.
To offer a precise view of network bandwidth, Boxilla also provides at-a-glance access to dropped frames, round-trip time, and other critical system and device data. With these capabilities and the system’s ease of use, administrators can proactively identify and resolve issues before they compromise performance and the user experience.
To see these and other solutions from Black Box, visit Booth W1322 at the 2023 NAB Show in Las Vegas.
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