PITTSBURGH, Pa. — June 23, 2020 — Global information technology solutions provider Black Box will host a live webinar titled “How Video Compression Affects AV and KVM Systems” at 11 a.m. Eastern on Wednesday, July 1.
Free with registration, the 45-minute event will focus first on how different video compression technologies and schemes affect AV and KVM systems used for desktop access, wayfinding, and even critical control room hardware. The discussion then will delve into the details of specific use cases, ultimately providing guidance on how to select the right compression algorithm for common AV and KVM deployments and applications. The Black Box webinar will conclude with a Q&A dedicated to participant queries.
Further details and a link to registration are available here. Participants will be asked to register prior to joining the webinar.
Information about Black Box and its infrastructure solutions is available at www.blackbox.com.
Black Box is a leading digital edge solutions provider dedicated to helping organizations design, build, manage, and secure their IT infrastructure. The company also designs and manufactures award-winning Pro AV, KVM, cabling, and networking products known for their advanced functionality, flawless performance, outstanding reliability and fail-safe security. Black Box delivers these end-to-end solutions through its global presence and approximately 2,500 team members. The world-class support and service provided by Black Box is as important to customers as the powerful products and solutions the company delivers. Black Box is a wholly owned subsidiary of AGC Networks.
To learn more, visit the Black Box website at www.blackbox.com and www.bboxservices.com. Follow the company on Twitter @BlackBox_ns.
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