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Semtech Launches KVM Software Development Kit for BlueRiver-based Platforms

Semtech Launches KVM Software Development Kit for BlueRiver-based Platforms

New kit designed to advance Keyboard, Video & Mouse (KVM) switching applications for Software Defined Video over Ethernet (SDVoE™)

Semtech Corporation, a high-performance semiconductor, Internet of Things (IoT) systems and Cloud connectivity service provider, announced the first Software Development Kit (SDK) to enable advanced software-based KVM applications using the BlueRiver platform for Software Defined Video over Ethernet (SDVoE™).

“Making the KVM software development kit freely available shows Semtech’s commitment to accelerating our customers product developments and adding KVM as an important application in the rapidly expanding SDVoE ecosystem for professional AV,” said Don Shaver, vice president of video products for Semtech’s Signal Integrity Products Group. “Semtech expects to expand our KVM offering, adding advanced and innovative features to enable remote desktop, USB collaboration and touchscreen applications.”

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Semtech’s KVM SDK provides source code as well as fully compiled examples that can be used as a reference model to develop a BlueRiver-based KVM server, designed to manage USB device routing and connectivity using BlueRiver-based endpoint devices and the SDVoE Control Server. The most basic function of a KVM server is to allow control, switching and management of multiple remote PCs or USB hosts via a single keyboard, display and mouse using standard Ethernet networks.

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“Combined with the powerful BlueRiver AV Manager software tool, the KVM SDK takes Semtech’s available software solutions for Pro AV beyond just simple AV switching and distribution,” said Melissa Nolet, director of product management of video products for Semtech’s Signal Integrity Products Group. “With the KVM SDK, our customers and development partners can quickly enable advanced KVM solutions for applications such as medical operating rooms, control rooms and interactive learning.”

Semtech’s KVM software development kit, including source code and compiled examples, is freely available for download via the mySemtech self-serve customer portal.

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