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Redirect serial data from Virtual Serial Port to TCP/IP network.
Share dataflow of one serial port among several applications or join dataflow of several serial port devices to one application.
Create virtual serial ports connected via a virtual null-modem cable.
Share and access any serial devices or create virtual null-modem cables over a TCP/IP network or the Internet.
Use virtual modems instead of hardware to connect legacy software over the Internet.
Map serial ports to any other port names, swap existing serial ports.
Create and control virtual serial ports to which any serial communications software can connect.
Easy to use control intended for simplification serial port communication tasks in your projects.
USB protocol capturing, decoding, displaying, filtering, errors detecting and much more what cannot be done by others.
Serial Port Splitter 4.7.4 has been released. This release includes new port drivers, support for the latest Windows OS and several serious bugfixes.
A lot of device-specific improvements have been implemented in Windows version of the program. Data caching for audio devices has been fine-tuned for smooth playback over poor network connection. Improvements in session isolation of webcams and printers, speed of mass storage devices and compatibility with android devices have been made. Minor bugs have been fixed as well.
Issue causing some applications to crash occasionally has been fixed in macOS version.
After a long testing cycle we are happy to announce stable version of the Sound for Remote Desktop which has been completely rewritten from scratch! All major remote desktop clients supported. All audio devices supported, including multi-channel microphones, Bluetooth and USB audio devices and much more.
USB over Network 6.0 has been released for macOS for the first time. This initial release implements support of the Server part of USB over Network program. All USB devices shared on your Mac can be connected to the Windows and Linux powered Clients. Moreover, macOS version of USB over Network is compatible with USB for Remote Desktop protocol. Thus, all your devices become accessible in remote desktop sessions with USB for Remote Desktop Server installed.