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NAB Show 2017: Black Box to showcase latest tech innovations, Boxilla US debut

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NAB 2017: Black Box to showcase latest tech innovations, Boxilla US debut

World-leading technology solutions provider, Black Box, will be making its presence felt at this year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas, 22-27 April.

The company will be showcasing its latest broadcast industry innovations at Booth #SL9321.

Attendees can check out the latest in high-performance KVM technology, post-production, virtualisation and video walls. And, there are complimentary ‘Control Freak’ mugs up for grabs, too.

A highlight is set to be the US debut of Black Box’s newest product — the [dofollow_link url=”https://www.blackbox.co.uk/gb-gb/page/37929/Solutions-Industries/Technology-Products/KVM-Switching-and-Extension/Centralised-KVM-AV-Manager-Boxilla/”]Centralised KVM AV Manager – Boxilla[/dofollow_link]. Positioned as the premier KVM and AV/IT system management platform, Boxilla provides control rooms with a centralised command centre for full monitoring and control of the entire system.

The company will be announcing the product’s next integration through a live demo at their booth.

NAB Show 2017: Black Box to showcase latest tech innovations, Boxilla US debut

Guests can learn about other recent launches, too, including:

  • A new KVM extension solution for post-production colourists.
  • New capabilities for InvisaPC.
  • A remote production solution to improve connectivity for live broadcasting.

“The broadcasting industry is seeing significant change with the growth of virtualisation, 4K streaming and remote production,” reports Tom Strade, Vice President of Product Innovation & Marketing at Black Box.

“Black Box continues to stay ahead of the curve by developing solutions that help streamline production processes, improve workflows to be adaptable and collaborative, and address rapidly emerging technology challenges broadcasters are facing today. At NAB, we will showcase our most popular products and services.”

Key demonstrations by the Black Box team will include:

  • Making the Switch: High-Performance KVM
  • Bridging the Gap: Enterprise-Class KVM and Zero-Client Connectivity
  • Setting the Stage: Video Wall Processing
  • There’s More: New KVM Extension Solution for Post-Production Colorists

NAB Session

John Hickey, Senior Director of KVM Business for Black Box, will speak at “Virtualisation in Broadcast: Virtual Machines Can Reinvent Global TV Production” Saturday, April 22, at 1:30 p.m. in room N256 in the north hall.

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Charles is Managing Director at Blooloop. He attends numerous trade shows around the world and frequently speaks about trends and social media for the attractions industry at conferences. Outside of Blooloop his passions are diving, trees and cricket.

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