Acnodes Introduces KVM Over IP LCD Monitor-Keyboard-Touchpad Consoles

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8/16 KVM over IP switch with 1U 17 & 19-inch TFT LCD monitor-keyboard-touchpad consoles. The KVM over IP technology lets you can access server remotely through the internet IP address by any JAVA based browser.

Walnut, California-based Acnodes Corp. today announced the addition of a new series of rackmount monitor-keyboard-touchpad-KVM switch drawers that also allow remote access to servers through KVM over IP technology.

KVM over IP technology gives you remote access to your servers any time from anywhere in the world. Acnodes' new series of LCD monitor-keyboard-touchpad-t KVM switch, all in a 1U rackmount drawer, uses embedded firmware, which means there is no software to install on your servers. Use the screen, monitor and touchpad for local access to servers via the KVM switch. Once you connect the KDI unit to your network via a standard RJ45 connection, use a laptop or other PC to remotely view any server or workstation connected to the KVM switch. One or two users can view all servers and make changes to server settings.

The console's firmware technology captures, digitizes, and compresses video signal and transmits it with keyboard and mouse signals to and from a remote computer. Access the servers from any java-based browser including Internet Explorer 6 simply by typing in the IP address for the KVM unit and entering your password. Servers can be accessed via LAN or modem as well as the Internet.

The console comes in 17" and 19" screen sizes equipped with either 8 or 16 port KVM switches. Monitors use standard 15-pin VGA adapters. Keyboard and touchpad have PS/2 interfaces. The units support MacIntosh and Sun computers via PS/2 to USB adapters. Supported operating systems include DOS, Windows XP, Netware, Linux and Unix.
The console delivers up to 1920x1440 resolution for the LCD screen and up to 1280x1024 resolution for remote users.

Computers can be added or removed from the KVM on the fly without having to power down the unit or any of the servers. By daisy chaining KVM switches up to 122 computers can be controlled with one monitor-keyboard-pointer either locally or remotely.

Additional details can be found online at:
17/19" KVM over IP LCD keyboard drawer

to see another rack mount monitor keyboard drawer can be found at:
Rack Mount LCD Monitor Keyboard Drawer

KDI series main features include:

  • 1U Compact Design and heavy-duty steel
  • 17"/19" TFT LCD display
  • Slide rail drawer design
  • On Screen Display (OSD) function
  • Built-in 8 /16 KVM over IP switch

To buy this product or for more information call (909) 598-7388 or visit the Acnodes website at http://www.acnodes.com.

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