Advoli has just announced the launch of the world's first HDBaseT-certified PCIe x16 graphics card, the new TA6 Graphics Card is powered by AMD's Embedded Radeon E9550 Series GPU.
The TA6 is capable of 6 x HDBaseT channels (you know, the Ethernet ports we all know and love) that are each capable of handling 4K videos over a distance of 100 meters (328 feet). Advoli will have a full commercial launch for the TA6 Graphics Card at ISE 2018 in Amsterdam, with the company showing off a live demo at the HDBaseT Alliance Booth (Hall 5, Booth S100).
Advoli's new TA6 Graphics Card has HDBaseT and cable diagnostics, pass-through IR (both in and out), full emulated controls (encoding/decoding of IR, RS232 and CEC signals through the serial command interface). There's also remote diagnostic features that make it easier than ever for system integrators and audio visual installations.
The new Advoli TA6 Graphics Card has a modular design and is very small, with Type-C and Type-B MXM modules that allow for super-easy additions to GPU horsepower. There's no custom Advoli drivers required since it runs the AMD Embedded Radeon E9550 Series GPU, either.
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