IHSE Enhances DVI Switching Connectivity with Icron's True USB Extension Technology
BURNABY, BC, June 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Icron Technologies (TSX Venture: IT), leading providers of USB extension solutions, announces its partner, IHSE USA (a subsidiary of IHSE GmbH), a leader in Video and KVM switching, extension and conversion products is launching and demonstrating a new line of its Draco KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) Extenders utilizing Icron's ExtremeUSB(R) technology. IHSE will showcase these new products at InfoComm 2010 in the Digital Signage Pavilion at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada, located in Booth N1969 in North Hall 2-3 on June 9-11, 2010.
IHSE products include the Draco Major(TM) and Minor(TM) for high speed DVI crosspoint switching, the DSXi extenders for Cat5 cable, and the DXXi extenders support Dual Link DVI over singlemode or multimode fiber. IHSE's newest line of Single/Dual Link, Single/Dual Head DVI + Audio KVM extenders supports the Billions of USB peripheral I/O devices in the market, due to the integration of Icron's ExtremeUSB technology. In particular, IHSE products feature true USB 2.0 connectivity that provides flexibility and a rich desktop experience to their customers, and extend the reach of HD video and USB up to 140m over Cat 5 and 10km over fiber optics.
"Our new DXXi, DSXi, DVXi, and DDXi DVI products now offer Video, Audio, and true USB 2.0 all in one powerful KVM Extender," comments Dr. Enno Littmann, COO of IHSE. "During our tight product development schedule, Icron has proven to be a reliable and flexible partner, the combination of IHSE's and Icron's technology produced a high quality product that our customers love," added Littmann.
"Since 1988, IHSE has been a leader in video extender technology and is known for very high quality video performance," stated Brian Donnelly, VP of Marketing and Business Development. "Integrating ExtremeUSB into their products demonstrates IHSE's continued commitment to delivering some of the most feature rich products in the market."
About Icron Technologies Corp.
Icron Technologies (TSX-V:IT) is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of high-performance PC Video and USB extension solutions for commercial, medical and industrial markets. Icron's patented ExtremeUSB(R) technology extends the range of any USB peripheral device over Cat 5, Wireless, Fiber and Powerline, at distances up to 25 miles (40km). Icron's extension products are deployed in a wide range of applications including: digital home connectivity, industrial automation, medical imaging, aerospace, and KVM extension. Icron's ExtremeUSB(R) technology is available in a variety of formats including branded and private-label products, OEM modules, and Integrated Circuits.
Icron is a publicly traded corporation and trades under the symbol "IT" on the TSX Venture Exchange. For more information on the company and its products, please visit http://www.icron.com.
IHSEusa, a subsidiary of IHSE GmbH and headquartered in Monroe, NJ, offers cutting-edge technology products for distribution and switching of Video and KVM signals over Cat5 or Fiber Optic Cable. Products include the Draco Major(TM) and Minor(TM) for high speed DVI crosspoint switching, the DSXi extenders for Cat5 cable supporting resolutions to 2048x1152, and the DXXi extenders supporting Dual Link DVI up to 2560X2048 over singlemode or multimode fiber. IHSEusa offers a wide range of DVI extenders for single, dual, and quad displays, VGA to DVI converters, and 4, 8, and 16-port DVI splitters. For more information, please visit http://www.ihseusa.com.
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