HMX 1050 User Station

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Extend digital and analog video, USB keyboard and mouse, USB media, and audio signals with the HMX 1050 digital workstation extender. The HMX 1050 extender provides today’s digital content creation professionals with high resolution video, rich color depth, uncompromised responsiveness, CD quality audio, and compatibility with a wide range of user interface devices – while mission critical servers are securely maintained and managed.

The Avocent HMX 1050 digital workstation extender provides hardware-based digital desktop extension of video, keyboard, mouse, USB mass storage, and audio signals. The HMX 1050 solution allows users to back-rack digital workstations without impact to power user operations. The HMX 1050 extender consists of a computer node and user node interconnected in a point-to-point manner at Gigabit Ethernet rates using IP protocols over a single UTP cable.

The HMX 1050 digital workstation extender meets the demanding needs of today’s rich digital content applications, including high resolution video, deep color depth, uncompromised responsiveness, CD quality audio, and compatibility with a wide range of user interface devices – while mission critical servers are securely maintained and managed.

Solution for Broadcast and Post-Production Environments

The Avocent HMX 1050 extender, for example, removes the requirement for conditioned power in the edit suite and greatly reduces ambient noise in the creative space (edit suite or control room). Because the product offers hardware extension, it eliminates the burden that software products place on target servers. The USB mass storage extension functionality of the product provides a cost-effective alternative for expensive USB 2.0 extension products.

HMX 1050 User Station Quick Facts

  • Provides hardware-based extension for digital/analog video, USB keyboard and mouse, USB media, and audio signals
  • Includes computer nodes and user nodes that can be interconnected in a point-to-point configuration at Gigabit Ethernet rates using IP protocols over a single UTP cable
  • The extender makes it possible to back-rack digital workstations without impact to post-production operations