Raritan Offers Secure Digital KVM Switch

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 22, 2010

Raritan has recently announced the release of the Dominion KX II switch that delivers improved usability and advanced server room management features designed to increase data center productivity. According to the company in this PR-USA news release, 2.3 of the KVM-over-IP switch provides new security features, the industry's highest video resolution and new flexible configurations.

Release 2.3 of the KVM-over-IP switch provides new security features and flexible configurations.

"Designed for customers requiring secure server access from anywhere, Dominion KX II switches enable multiple IT administrators -- remote and local users -- to access multiple servers. The KX II provides BIOS-level access, so that all servers, including blades, are always accessible -- even if a server's operating system is not working. The KX II also enables remote installation of software, file transfers, data backup and diagnostics with its Universal Virtual Media feature, and can control power to servers with optional remote power strips.

"'Our enterprise-class Dominion KX II switches are designed to be flexible and support virtually any customer situation,' said Peter Suriani, Raritan Director of Product Management. 'The Dominion KX family offers the largest number of configurations. We are the only company that offers 64-port digital KVM switches. We also offer 1-, 8-, 16- and 32-port switches. Flexible configurations are supported by our new Cascading feature and our Extended Local Port feature.'"

Read the Full News Release at PR-USA

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