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Raritan switch allows remote and ‘at the rack’ server management

Raritan Corp. recently introduced the Dominion KX II, a KVM (keyboard, video, mouse)-over IP switch for use in data centres that can help IT organizations access and manage servers from any location.


September 1, 2007  


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Raritan Corp. recently introduced the Dominion KX II, a KVM (keyboard, video, mouse)-over IP switch for use in data centres that can help IT organizations access and manage servers from any location.

Features include Universal Virtual Media, which allows administrators to mount drives and media from their desktop to remote servers during a KVM connection.

To protect servers from unauthorized access, Dominion KXII also contains 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption of keyboard, video and mouse data.

The switch, which has a list price of US$2,995, is available in six models ranging from 16 ports to 64 ports and supports one local user and one, two or four remote users.

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