KVMSwitchTech Announces the Addition of 1U 20” Rackmount Monitor and 23” Widescreen Rackmount LCD Units to Existing Line of Rackmount KVM Equipment

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KVMSwitchTech’s brand new 23” Rackmount LCD with VGA and DVI-D interface for Government, Military, and Digital Signage Applications.

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Industrial Strength Rackmount Monitor and Rackmount LCD products

It is often easy to get stuck in consumer mode and forget the reason for larger screen sizes in work environments. With the rush to higher resolutions, brighter screens, and better contrast people often get sidetracked and may even eventually begin asking why there is a need for the extra screen space for a work station or server controller. This is where a historic lens can help to refocus on the original justifications for larger displays.

When doing work related projects it is not uncommon to be involved in a multi-stage task. This should not be confused with multi-tasking. Multi-stage tasks could involve editing a document in one program, uploading it to the internet in another, and viewing the end result in a web browser. This is a single project with a single goal, but many steps to achieve it. Here was the true advantage of larger displays. As the screen real-estate grew, the ability to view multiple pages at their natural size was a distinct advantage. Now with the introduction of the 20 inch 1U Rackmount Monitor KVMSwitchTech has brought this same level of functionality to the IT Administrator in the server rack. These displays take advantage of their size to offer a maximum in functionality to the end user.

The best way to take advantage of the large screen sizes is through the use of a widescreen Rackmount LCD. These vary in size to as much as 23 inches and can support picture in picture (PiP), 1080P resolution. In short, they provide all the functionality of a HDTV in a rack environment. The one possible drawback to these 23” displays is the 8U of fixed rack space that they use. The 20” 1U Rackmount LCDs are the best option for space constrained racks. This is especially true when combined with a Rackmount Keyboard drawer and Rackmount KVM Switch. These units can all be integrated into one 1U combination unit with the ultimate utility in a dual slide rackmount monitor with integrated combo KVM switch, which allows for independent use of the display and keyboard.

KVMSwitchTech's new line of KVM Drawer solutions allows complete control of the server’s from a single location. As the name suggests a KVM Drawer is hardware device that allows users to access one or multiple CPUs from a single keyboard, monitor, and mouse in 1U or 2U. These KVM Drawers are an extremely cost effective solution and eliminate hardware clutter. There are several different applications where there are multiple servers in a single server rack. It is cost prohibitive to have a dedicated keyboard, mouse and monitor for every server. The perfect product for applications like these would be a KVM Drawer with built-in KVM Switch.

About KVMSwitchTech:
KVMSwitchTech is worldwide supplier of Rackmount Hardware which includes Rackmount Monitor, KVM Drawer, and Rackmount keyboard with or without integrated KVM Switches. In addition, the product line also includes a wide range of Rackmount LCD solutions.

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