The ADDERView™ DDX30 is a 30-Port high performance KVM Switch that provides powerful functionality inside a small, compact form factor. Featuring Adder's trusted lossless KVM extension technology with flexi-port switching capability, the DDX10 enables multiple users to access multiple computers located safely and securely inside your server room. Combined with the DDX CAMs and DDX USR, the DDX10 (all sold separately) form an integral part of a KVM Matrix.
This adaptive system makes sharing numerous host computers among multiple users straight forward and flexible. Every computer is linked, via its USB and video ports, to a compact DDX-CAM module (sold separately) while each set of peripherals are connected to a DDX-USR module (sold separately) to form Consoles. The various computers and consoles are then linked, via CAT6a or CAT7 cable with S/FTP, S/STP or PiMF shielding, to a central DDX switch. Each user can then, subject to the privileges granted by the admin, gain quick access to any of the required computers.
Please Note: A minimum specification of Cat6a or CAT7 Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cables must be used with the DDX10, DDX30, DDX CAM and DDX USR . Recommended cables are SFTP, unshielded cables are not suitable for the DDX. Extension distances up to 164 feet/50m are supported with single uninterrupted runs of recommended cable (shielded CAT6a or CAT7 cable, CAT5 or CAT5e cables must NOT be used).
Multi-head video support
DDX30 transmitters (CAMs) & receivers (USRs) can be grouped to form `Computers' and `Consoles' that support dual-head & quad-head connectivity. For example, DDX30 can be used to build a 5 users x 10 computer dual-head matrix.
`Zero U' Computer Access Modules (CAMs)
Powered by USB, the digital computer access modules sit in-line and are ideal for racks with limited available space. Modules are available in DVI and DisplayPort options.
Secure web control interface
System administrators can securely access the DDX30 management tools to configure system settings, set access privileges and control video connections. The interface is secured using HTTPS & administrators must login each time they connect. An API enables switch control from a 3rd party control system.