Case Study: MLB Network Replaces KVM System With G&D’s ControlCenter-Digital
MLB Network, the 24/7 cable TV network dedicated to baseball, is operating two G&D matrix systems in its headquarters in Secaucus, NJ. The ControlCenter-Digital frames have a size of up to 288 (CCD 288) and up to 160 (CCD160) dynamic ports.
MLB replaced parts of its older analog KVM system with G&D’s ControlCenter-Digital, delivering added flexibility due to an increase in ports coupled with G&D’s dynamic port system. In 2017, MLB Network will complete a facility-wide KVM conversion to G&D.
MLB Network now has the option to configure its individual KVM workplaces with either cascading or a bi-directional connection of the CCD systems allowing easy expansion of its KVM infrastructure.
Important criteria for MLB Network’s new KVM system included general product quality, the option for expansion, low latency, fast switching speed, and high video quality. G&D offers high-end KVM systems that fulfill all of these requirements an specifications.
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