The theme of this ISE 2019 will be: “ATEN around the Clock: Passion for KVM and AV since 1979”. This year, in fact, the company celebrates its 40th anniversary, and it does so by offering visitors to its stand at ISE (Hall 8 – K200) an overview an overview of its innovations, equally divided between two worlds: KVM and AV .
In a booth dedicated to training and live demonstrations, ATEN will present its five most popular scenarios, attracting end-users, installers, and distributors to attend the daily interactive sessions or custom on-demand sessions. To register, simply consult the appropriate page on the company website. Let’s have a look at the 5 scenarios.
Scenario 1: Control Room
One click to push and pull video between workstations and video walls with ATEN’s KVM over IP extenders (KE8950) and central hardware control system (VK2100). The soon-to-be-launched KE9900-series provides DisplayPort connectivity that supports 4K over IP transmission.
Scenario 2: Central, Remote IT Management
It takes one switch to manage 32 servers with two IT managers with ATEN’s KVM over IP switches and rack-mountable LCD series. The recently launched KA-series KVM consoles (KA8288, KA8278) add an extra layer of security to ATEN’s KVM over IP switch series. They will be available for hands-on testing.
Scenario 3: Conference & Meeting Area
One presentation switch VP2730 connects a team no matter their current location with ATEN’s presentation switches and VK2100 central hardware control system.
Scenario 4: Pro AV Distribution
Want 4K digital signage with unlimited displays? It’s quick and easy to deploy with ATEN’s AV over IP extenders, matrix switches, or long distance extenders. ATEN also keeps expanding its True 4K range, releasing its latest VE1832 HDBaseT extender.
Scenario 5: Multi-purpose Area
Change the setting from a museum to a party area with just a single touch with ATEN’s VK2100 central hardware control system.
ATEN will be also permanently present at the HDBaseT booth in Hall 5-S110. The team will present its HDBaseT 2.0 solutions and demonstrate its USB DisplayPort HDBaseT 2.0 KVM Extender (CE920) for the first time, in addition to several wall plate models. Further information is available on the website.
Finally, ATEN will announce the opening of its new Demo & Training Center at the heart of Paris by May 2019. Inne Gooossens, Operation Manager for ATEN Infotech says: “It is important to invest in local representation and deliver services close to the installations as well as installers. Our team is trained to think on technical and solutions levels, providing support to consultants and system integrators wherever needed”. ATEN, in fact, plans to open several Demo and Training Centers around the world. In Europe, ATEN opened Centers in Milan and Madrid in 2018.