Adder ADDERLink Overview
ADDERLink™ INFINITY 101T (ALIF101T) is a high performance ZeroU™ IP KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) extender with matrix capability that enables the use of standard IT infrastructure to extend computers away from the user environment.
The ADDERLink™ INFINITY 101T (ALIF101T) takes ZeroU™ of rack space in the server room allowing for ultimate flexibility and ease of installation.
Use your existing networking infrastructure to extend or matrix your computing resources to your users.
The device can be powered from USB. This means there is no need to provision for an external PSU. Options for powering from an external PSU or redundant PSU are also available.
Low power consumption
Requires less than 3 watts.
The system supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 @60Hz through a DVI interface
Enables you to connect any USB HID (human interface device) from mouse and keyboards through to graphics tablets, jog shuttles, joysticks and 3D explorers. Supports high speed devices such as USB hard drives.
Seamless integration with the ADDERLink™ INFINITY range
The ALIF101T can integrate seamlessly into your existing ADDERLink™ INFINITY setup, replacing or working in conjunction with your existing ALIF endpoints. (Refer to manual on AIM firmware requirements for a matrix installation)
Perfect digital video
The ALIF101T uses an encoding system that is spatially-lossless, with 1:1 pixel mapping, so the digital video you receive is the same as the digital video leaving the remote computer ensuring the very best picture available and color accuracy.
The system can deliver USB stereo audio (bi-directional) or embedded video standard stereo audio (uni-directional).
The system has intelligent EDID management to either allow the true characteristics of the monitor to be passed back to the computer, or controlled resolutions to be imposed.
Digital KVM matrix
Using the ADDERLink™ INFINITY Manager (AIM) you can turn multiple point-to-point extenders into a matrix system that allows any workstation to connect to any computer connected to the network.