Top Five Capture Cards for PS5 from AVerMedia

January 19, 2021



Record and stream your gameplay on the PS5 with the high quality AVerMedia capture cards


BENGALURU, India – January 19, 2020 – AVerMedia Technologies, Inc., the preeminent name in digital multimedia technology, recently announced the list of best 5 capture cards for PS5. AVerMedia is glad to present its top notch high quality products to the world that are compatible with the PS5, such as Live Gamer ULTRA, Live Gamer BOLT, Live Gamer DUO, Live Gamer Portable 2 PLUS, and Live Gamer EXTREME 2. These capture cards add additional value to the user to show their gameplay and stream to the world. These capture cards let users enjoy the full resolution and frame rate of the console lag-free while recording or streaming high-quality video.


We at AVerMedia are committed to provide our customers with the most enjoyable gaming experiences with a full spectrum of product lineups. Even though the PlayStation 5 in India is going to launch on 2nd February, 2021, we are ahead with list the list of five high quality compatible capture cards to add an additional value to the hardcore gamers and streamers said, Bryan Wang, BU Manager of MEA – IN at AVerMedia Technologies.

Bryan further added, “PS5 being a premium digital device, users in India are more than eager to lay their hands on and also want to stream to showcase their gaming prowess to their friends and followers. Because of this we have laid out our plan so early to give them a chance to stream from the day one of getting hold of PS5“.

Live Gamer ULTRA (GC553)

The GC553 is an amazing piece of hardware that is compact, sleek, and gives off a gamer aesthetic. The GC553 comes with three ports with 2 being HDMI (HDMI in / HDMI out) and a Type-C port. It records at following formats – 2160p30 (4k30fps), 1440p60, 1080p120 and 1080p60. The GC553 comes with HDR Passthrough. The AVerMedia Live Gamer ULTRA for short is a great game capture card for the PS5, on which one can record and stream at the highest quality possible.

Live Gamer BOLT (GC555)

The Live Gamer BOLT is the world’s first external video capture device to record 4K60 HDR10 and Full HD at 240 frames per second. The ThunderBOLT 3 port technology in GC555 allows gamers to capture their gaming exploits from PlayStation5 and transfer them to a connected laptop or desktop in 4K at 60 frames per second in HDR. With the BOLT’s ULTRA-low latency, award-winning aesthetics, impressive video capturing power, and RGB lighting effects, AVerMedia sets a new standard in the consumer video capture industry. With BOLT’s innovative video capturing capabilities, content creators are able to record HDR10 content up to 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) at 60 frames per second.

Live Gamer DUO (GC570D)

The Live Gamer DUO, an internal PCI-Express x4 card which is perfectly compatible with PS5. GC570D is the world’s first dual input capture card with 4K HDR 60 FPS and Full HD 240 FPS pass-through. With the Live Gamer DUO’s primary input and powerful onboard video processing capabilities content creators can enjoy 4K60 HDR10 or Full HD 240 FPS gameplay on the Passthrough side, while capturing at Full HD 60 FPS or Full HD 60 FPS HDR10.

Live Gamer Portable 2 PLUS (GC513)

The Live Gamer Portable 2 PLUS is the first capture card to offer 4Kp60 gameplay while recording at 1080p60 footage. The GC513 offers PC-Free mode and support for high-capacity microSD cards. The 4K Passthrough works like a charm, the portable nature of the device can even record gameplay, commentary audio, and party chats directly to a MicroSD card, making it an essential tool for streamers and gamers to capture and share epic moments no matter where they are. The capture card is compatible with any platform, making it an accessible card by removing the need to install any drivers. Additionally, the card offers MP4 and MOV recording for easy editing and efficient uploading across a variety of services.

Live Gamer EXTREME 2 (GC551)

The Live Gamer Extreme 2 is an ideal for streamers and content creators who want a hassle-free device to broadcast their very best gaming moments to the internet. The LGX2 is a capture card that is capable of capturing footage at 1080p60 with 4Kp60 pass through. The device itself is pretty small which is handy-dandy which can easily fit your pocket. The LGX2 also inherited the ULTRA-Low Latency capability from the LGX which allows for uncompressed data capturing with near-zero latency. This instant viewing greatly improves creators’ workflow and overall recording experience.

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 About AVerMedia Technologies

Established in 1990, AVerMedia is a multinational company specializing in hardware and software for imaging capturing and video transmission solutions, aiming to enrich entertainment experiences and provide effective communication between people in a wide range of professional fields. With the pursuit of continuous research and development of digital imaging technologies, AVerMedia has become one of the world’s leading digital imaging brands for the consumer, corporate, and industrial markets. For more information, please refer to

SonicWall Appoints TechnoBind as its VAD in India

January 18, 2021

BENGALURU, India – January 18, 2021


TechnoBind, India’s first specialist distributor for data and associated domains, today announced its partnership with SonicWall, a leading provider of boundless cybersecurity for the hyper-distributed era. The partnership expands the security portfolio that TechnoBind currently offers to its partners and is designed to increase access and provide additional resources for the company’s channel network to address the growing demand for SonicWall products, services, and end-to-end solutions. TechnoBind will offer its channel partners the full line of SonicWall enterprise and SMB solutions.


According to SonicWall VP, Regional Sales-APAC Debasish Mukherjee, “India is one of our priority markets as we witness continuous demand. SonicWall has emerged as a proven platform-based cybersecurity provider with end-to-end security offerings integrated with single-pane-of-glass management capable of scaling from SMBs to large enterprises. To accelerate our India growth, we found a great synergy with TechnoBind as a partner and are confident that with TechnoBind’s technical capability and our Boundless Cybersecurity model, we will jointly create great milestones for Indian enterprise partners and customers.”


TechnoBind, as a value-added distributor, assists its customers in implementing technology-rich solutions that are suitable for the organization. Through its established channel network combined with its strategic initiatives, TechnoBind will help SonicWall expand its reach and reinforce its presence in the region. TechnoBind partners with the technology vendors, focusing on plotting the future with the best of breed disruptive technologies. This unique approach has taken TechnoBind to the forefront, representing some of the most innovative technologies of India.


We are excited to partner SonicWall and be trusted as a distributor in India. We aim to maximize SonicWall’s product portfolio,” said Mr. Prashanth G J, CEO at TechnoBindThis will help TechnoBind offer more comprehensive solutions to counter the latest cyber threats. Our customers in India are highly focused on the technologies that make businesses more productive. Now, TechnoBind has solutions that encompass securing networks, applications, data, emails, access and privileges. Given India’s digital push, all SonicWall offerings are very important to address the growing market.”


Prashanth further added, “This partnership is centered around the priority for SonicWall to increase its enterprise business in India and the key strength of TechnoBind to lead in the market with a solution-based approach. This is a great opportunity, and we will do whatever is required to make this partnership a grand success.”


TechnoBind expects this partnership to help increase its partner coverage by opening a new league of channel partners from the networking and network security domain and at the same time increase the enterprise business for SonicWall by utilizing the presales strength that TechnoBind possess. TechnoBind has a cost-effective and finely tuned go-to-market strategy that will further help SonicWall to increase its bandwidth and enhance the reach of SonicWall’s range of enterprise products across India.


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About TechnoBind

TechnoBind is the first Specialist Distributor in the Indian IT channel space, offering a hybrid distribution model placed synergistically between broad-based and niche distribution, to deliver high business value for its reseller partners. TechnoBind helps partners to implement solutions, which solve specific business pain points arising out of the rapidly changing facets of technology for businesses. The company’s sole focus has been on technologies that help the customer handle its Data and the associated challenges of Data Treatment. For more information, visit


About SonicWall

SonicWall delivers Boundless Cybersecurity for the hyper-distributed era in a work reality where everyone is remote, mobile and unsecure. SonicWall safeguards organizations mobilizing for their new business normal with seamless protection that stops the most evasive cyberattacks across boundless exposure points and increasingly remote, mobile and cloud-enabled workforces. By knowing the unknown, providing real-time visibility and enabling breakthrough economics, SonicWall closes the Cybersecurity business gap for enterprises, governments and SMBs worldwide. For more information, visit or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram.

R&M Trend Views: 2021 to Bring Further Boost for Networks

January 15, 2021

Market overview: FTTH expansion continues, 5G requires FO cabling, New horizons for LAN cabling, Single Pair Ethernet the key technology

BENGALURU, India/WETZIKON, Switzerland – January 15, 2021 – R&M, the globally active developer and provider of cabling systems for high-quality network infrastructures, based in Wetzikon, Switzerland, is expecting a further boost for the data and communication networks market in 2021. In all sectors, demand for bandwidth, new fiber optic technology and extensive, tightly meshed cabling is increasing. This is detailed by CMO Andreas Rüsseler in the R&M Blog series.

As a result of the pandemic, connectivity requirements are becoming more apparent. This particularly includes fast Internet access for private households,” says Andreas Rüsseler. When millions of people are staying at home and having to work remotely, the pressure on demand increases. The telecoms sector is investing more than ever before in Fiber to the Home (FTTH). The R&M CMO believes the investment wave will continue through 2021. Rüsseler: “Although bandwidth is now a basic need – and ought to be considered a utility just like electricity and water – there is still not enough of it.” He believes that, in the long term, only fiber optic cabling will be able to provide the necessary resources.

In the blog series, Andreas Rüsseler cites new driving forces for the expansion of fiber optic networks, 5G being one of them. The technology roll-out is just beginning. Countless 5G antennas have to be connected with fiber optic networks, distributors and data centers. The planned transmission performance can only be realized with Fiber to the Antenna (FTTA). In many places the necessary fiber optic lines are not yet available. R&M advocates cooperation among market players in order to be able to expand and use 5G and FTTx infrastructures more cost-effectively.

As is the case with 5G, the market for intelligent buildings is still in its infancy, says Andreas Rüsseler. In 2021, the trend will become more apparent.

WiFi 6, the next WLAN generation, the Internet of Things (IoT) and building automation will continue to spread with Internet protocol (All over IP). They require high-performance copper cabling to the most distant corners of the buildings. This is why there will be an increased demand for Cat. 6A and Cat. 8.1 cabling in 2021. There will be more products for building technology on the basis of the new cabling technology Single Pair Ethernet (SPE). R&M sees SPE as the key technology for intelligent buildings. Along with data and signals, building networks will have to transmit more power in the future to directly feed the countless IoT small devices. This is why Power over Ethernet (PoE) has a bright future in front of it. Andreas Rüsseler’s conclusion: “New applications are emerging for LAN cabling in the process.”

In a further blog post, R&M CMO Andreas Rüsseler discusses the trends on the data center market. Hyperscale data centers are on the rise all over the world – with unprecedented investments. The evolution to 400 Gigabit/s fiber optic networks will progress in 2021. High density fiber connectivity requires new kinds of administration and monitoring instruments. R&M expects data centers will be needing more software-aided intelligence in the future to be able to manage their networks.

Links to the blogs

Public Networks: Exploding Need for Bandwidth

LAN: Smart Buildings on the Move

DC: Even more Fiber. Is it just enough?


R&M CMO Andreas Rüsseler is expecting a further surge in investment in the telecommunications and data network market in 2021. Photo: R&M

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About R&M

R&M (Reichle & De-Massari AG) is a leading global producer of future-proof products and systems for communication and data networks. The company’s close collaboration with certified partners results in pioneering work in the sectors LAN, Public and Telecom Networks as well as Data Centers. The Swiss family company stands for innovation, quality, and customer orientation. Thanks to the innovative strength of the company, R&M now covers the entire connectivity range. Additional information:

VMware Cloud on Dell EMC, the go-to Solution for the New Generation Hybrid Clouds – Arrow PC

January 13, 2021

Gartner, Inc published a forecast stating that the public cloud services is expected to grow 18.4 percent in 2021 to total $304.9 Bn from $257.5 Bn in 2020. This data shows the precedence where organizations prefer to move towards public cloud services. Public cloud has various advantages which include cost-effectiveness, no maintenance, agility, flexibility without redundancy and more. On the downside, the lack of data security and privacy, one size fits all concept and loss of control has also led organizations to rethink about investing in a public cloud. Organizations want a flexible option which would give them the benefits of a public cloud with the security and control similar to an on-premises infrastructure. The VMware Cloud on Dell EMC brings forth a change in the experience for organizations where the best features of both the public cloud and in-house infrastructure are merged into one product. With this, organizations can concentrate on revenue generation as opposed to worrying on routine operations.

Arrow PC has always prided itself on delivering world-class, innovative and cost-effective IT infrastructure to its customers. VMware Cloud on Dell EMC fulfills this purpose as its sophisticated functioning will reduce the complexities of organizations that are split between public cloud and in-house infrastructure maintenance. It brings the public cloud operating model to any data center, edge location or leased co-location space providing simple, secure and scalable infrastructure. VMware’s industry-leading compute, storage and networking software stack is integrated with enterprise-class Dell EMC VxRail hardware. The unique approach of this service empowers customers to focus on business innovation and differentiation, while VMware operates the entire infrastructure end-to-end,” says Gurpreet Singh, Managing Director at Arrow PC Network (Dell Technologies – Titanium Partners).

VMware Cloud on Dell EMC is a fully managed cloud service that includes specific hardware and software provided exclusively by VMware and its partner. This service offers several predetermined capacity options that customers can select to best fit their requirements like rack sizing, number of host instances and also configure the network to meet their exact specifications. With data residing in the premises, customers retain full control over their data and workloads. VMware Cloud on Dell EMC is useful in infrastructure modernization, managed VDI infrastructure, accelerating innovation and, latency and sovereignty.

VMware Cloud on Dell EMC also has other benefits that make it a popular choice among organizations:

  • Reduction in operational complexity
  • Accelerating innovation
  • Consistency of operations and infrastructure
  • Built-in enterprise security
  • Unified SDDC management
  • Integrated hardware and software.

With simplified IT infrastructure using VMware Cloud on Dell EMC not only can organizations efficiently and securely manage their data, but also allows users to connect and access all their files and applications on any device, anywhere, anytime hence leading to a smooth running of the operations fulfilling one of the main requirements of remote working.

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About Arrow PC Network

Arrow PC Network is the hybrid SI & solution provider and Dell Titanium Partner. Arrow provides services/solutions in key technology areas such as System Integration, Data Centers, Backup, Storage, Cloud Computing, Data Security, Software, Mobility, Virtualization, Wireless, Power Solutions and Networking. With advanced technology capabilities, the company has managed to deliver comprehensive solutions and service to customers across India. The company assists organizations design, develop and deliver cost-effective technology-enabled solutions that allow them to achieve high efficiency and performance. To know more, please visit

Understand Behaviors to Keep Data Safe

January 12, 2021

The past two years have seen a series of big, targeted data breaches and high-profile cyberattacks against organizations, financial institutions, government services portals, and prominent people exposing personal information of hundreds of millions of people. The SolarWinds hack by supposedly Russian attackers accessed sensitive data belonging to several US government agencies and other public-service institutions such as hospitals and universities. Personal information of at least 5.2 million guests was stolen from the franchise partner’s account of Marriott International. The New Zealand stock exchange was hit by cyberattacks that halted its operations many times. These are just to name a few. The list is growing fast and fat.


What followed has been a rethinking of the cybersecurity paradigm, says Frank Dickson, program vice-president, cybersecurity products at IDC.


“Instead of more cameras on the door, let’s put a fence around the house so you can’t get to the door. Let’s reduce vulnerabilities. Let’s re-architect and fundamentally make the house more secure,” he says. This evolution has continued with the proliferation of cloud-based business solutions paired with an increase in remote work, trends accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The old perimeter, he says, has disappeared, and previous conceptions around cybersecurity should disappear, too.


“Our applications, data and people have all left the premises,” he says. “And so when that happens you have to fundamentally take a different approach.” Protecting data in this context against breach, that moment where it leaves the control of the enterprise, requires the ability to detect and contain threats faster.


Personalize security by user behaviors

In a data landscape where the local coffee shop might serve as an office and mom’s work computer can double as a third grader’s game console, where should cybersecurity efforts be focused? The answer lies in understanding how people have become the new perimeter.


Preventing data from escaping the enterprise-what cybersecurity experts call staying “left of breach”-becomes a matter of understanding the digital behaviors of those with access to information. It’s a mindset that says, “Wow, I need to make sure I can understand behavior as it’s unfolding, not after the fact.” To turn the spotlights on and be in position to take action based on what’s being seen. It’s a continuous risk assessment, like putting a heart monitor on and taking the pulse of everyone trusted to be on the network.


It’s also a framework that is proactive and adaptive in a world that demands both Automated tools help establish “normal,” not just for the organization as a whole but for the digital behaviors of individuals as well. When those behaviors are safe, security should work entirely in the background. If that changes? As the risk-score shifts upwards, it allows the tool sets to adaptively enforce policy to the individual, not on a universal, all-or-none perspective. Being as frictionless as possible to the end user is critical until friction is warranted.


Make security invisible

Fundamental to staying left of breach is the partnership between employer and employee. Building a culture that believes security is important is everyone’s responsibility. The enterprise can provide a user experience around security that is as seamless as the ones employees use in their personal lives, whether ordering groceries online or streaming video. It can move as they move, from location to location, app to app, device to device.


Users, in turn, understand the security infrastructure around them is designed to protect the enterprise by protecting them from mistakes (clicking on a bogus email or sending unsecured files, for example) that might unwittingly allow unauthorized access. It’s a way to build trust in how the concept of monitoring and the concept of continuous assessment has the appropriate framework in place for people.


In this context, the idea of “friction” itself evolves. Security is invisible until needed and, when needed, is a safeguard, not an impediment. A great user experience means employees are far less likely to bypass security measures in the name of efficiency and productivity, significantly lowering the risk of breaches.


The goal is for security and usability to work in concert, not opposition. To IDC’s Dickson, favoring one over the other represents something of a false choice. “Let’s do both right,” he says. “Let’s improve security by making it easier to use. Let’s create the incentives, so people actually want to use the platform we’re using because they improve the user experience.”


And when user experience and security converge in the most ideal way, what does that look like? According to Dickson, it doesn’t look like anything, and that’s exactly the point. The measures we take to improve our security are so embedded and ingrained into our applications, we don’t even know they’re there. They are free and enabling.

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