by May 8, 2004 0 comments

This KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) switch enables network administrators to control dozens of servers in an organization from a single keyboard, monitor and mouse. You can use this solution in a corporate data center, server farm, ISPs/ASPs, co-location facilities and Web hosting facilities. The switch offers three-operation modes, ie, private, PC view and PC share mode. In the private mode, a computer can be accessed and controlled exclusively. In PC View, while one user can control the machine, other users can only view the machines. And in PC share mode, all users can access the machine on the user stations, but only one user can have control at a time. 

Coming to its features, this KVM switch supports up to 32 servers, which can be managed by eight user stations. It can support a screen resolution of up to 1600×1200 and supports PS/2 and Sun keyboards. All machines are connected via a standard Cat-5 Ethernet cable, up to a distance of 300 mtrs. It doesn’t require any software for setup and is even plug-n-play, making it a breeze to set up. You can create up to 512 customized user profiles, wherein each profile can be assigned to a user to manage a specific set of machines on a particular user station. The switch also supports AVT (Automatic Video Tuning) to adjust video quality automatically. It provides flexible, multi-level security for authorized server/machine access.

Overall, it’s an ideal solution for organizations having numerous servers. 

Sanjay Majumder

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