KVM switch provides administrators with the remote control of multiple servers – thus only one keyboard, mouse and monitor is needed. The unique feature is that users are provided with full BIOS-level control without any HW or SW intervention required.
The maximum number of computers depends on the number of switch ports – usually from 2 to 48 ports. KVM switches we supply, support dynamic switching between multiple computers or screens without noticeable delay.
Typical environments are server rooms, test labs, transportation, aviation control centers and data centers. KVM switches are mainly used in telecommunications, transportation, healthcare, education and the military.
When choosing a suitable solution, consider following issues:
Number of users and computers
Distances among users and computers
Available cabling and network
Special requirements, such as 4K video, high reliability, transfer parameters or a high degree of protection of confidential data
Secure, single sign-on to a single IP address for managing all Raritan´s products - KVM-over-IP-switches, SX consoles, PX and PDUs - as well as third-party devices ( e.g. built-in service processors or remote access software)
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