Thinklogical to Showcase Innovative Fiber-Based Video and KVM Extension and Switching Systems at ISE 2013
Will Demonstrate Secure, High Performance Solutions for Demanding Audio-Visual Environments in Booth 1-F69
MILFORD, Conn. – Thinklogical LLC, a global provider of fiber-based video and KVM extension and switching systems, announced today that it will showcase its innovative solutions at Integrated Systems Europe 2013, Jan. 29 – 31, at the Amsterdam RAI in booth 1-F69.
“Today, there is a rapidly growing need for complex visualization, analysis and editing of multiple sources of video and data within mission critical operations. Organizations increasingly need extension and switching systems that deliver full video resolution with no compression, latency or artifacts while providing robust security, uninterrupted operation and ease of integration,” said Joe Pajer, president and CEO of Thinklogical. “We are excited to demonstrate Thinklogical’s solutions for these demanding application environments at ISE 2013.”
Demonstrations at the Thinklogical booth will include video source and destination routing, flexible KVM extension, color correction and calibration integration, and touch-screen-enabled control management software used to simplify the configuration, operation and management of Thinklogical systems. Typical Thinklogical applications include command and control, video post-production, scientific modeling, live event staging and production, and training and simulation environments.
Thinklogical is a global manufacturer and provider of fiber optic KVM, video, audio, and peripheral extension and routing systems, as well as NATO Information Assurance (Common Criteria, EAL4) accredited fiber matrix routers. Thinklogical helps customers reduce overall cost and dramatically enhance workflow dynamics within complex computing, broadcast, post production and AV infrastructures. Leading organizations in the government, entertainment, scientific and industrial sectors rely on Thinklogical’s innovative products and services for optimal performance in secure visual computing environments. Thinklogical is privately held, with headquarters in Milford, Conn., and offices and representatives worldwide.