tvONE Raises Breast Cancer Awareness with Pathfinder Sales

tvONE will donate a portion of the proceeds from sales of its Pathfinder KVM over IP solution to breast cancer charity, Susan G. Komen.

tvONE is marking October’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in partnership with breast cancer foundation Susan G. Komen, by supporting the charity with sales of its Pathfinder KVM over IP.

The Magenta Pathfinder KVM over IP was announced in October 2019 and began shipping to customers worldwide in February 2020. As part of the ongoing effort to raise awareness for cancer research, tvONE Inc. is donating a portion of its proceeds to Susan G. Komen for every Pathfinder unit sold during 2020.

Andy Fliss, Vice President of Sales, tvONE, said: “As we begin National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, all of us at tvONE are proud to be able to give our support to such a worthy cause. By partnering with Susan G Komen, we are helping them to meet their goal of reducing the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026.”

Pathfinder is a high-performance KVM over IP solution. Pathfinder provides a scalable, zero latency, KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse & USB 2.0) extension and switching solution for 4K and HD sources capable of up to 2,000 high-quality endpoints in a single system using standard IT network switches.

A standout visual feature of Pathfinder is that the hardware encoders and decoders are encased in pink – an anomaly in the “black box” world of AV hardware.

Named in memory of Susan Goodman Komen, who died from breast cancer in 1980 aged just 36, the Susan G. Komen foundation was founded by Komen’s sister Nancy Goodman Brinker. Its mission is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in public health education, breakthrough research and the provision of health screening services, to prevent and cure breast cancer.