LONDON Adder Technology, the developer of KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) switching and extension technology for computer systems, has trebled manufacturing space through a major investment programme at its Cambridge base.
Adder's technology allows users to control and remotely access multiple computers from a single keyboard, monitor and mouse, locally, remotely or from anywhere in the world.
Over 60 per cent of Adder's production is exported and the expansion has been driven by increased sales in Europe and the U.S. for Adder's existing range as well as demand for its high end TS4 switch, AdderLink AV multimedia extenders and CATx mid-market switch, launched in December 2005.
Adrian Dickens, managing director, Adder Technology, said, “As a UK innovator we are committed to manufacturing locally, as this provides us with the quality, flexibility and control to deliver world-leading products to our growing customer base.”
By extending its existing 6,500 square foot facility, Adder has doubled floor space and by freeing up further warehousing space manufacturing capacity will treble. As part of the expansion Adder has invested in new in-house test equipment to deliver faster product testing and further increase throughput.