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B021-000-19 Digi-Key Tripp Lite Computers, Office - Components, Accessories RACKMOUNT CONSOLE WITH 19" LCD
B034-002-R Digi-Key Tripp Lite Computers, Office - Components, Accessories SWITCH KVM USB 2 PORT W/CABLES
B006-004-R Digi-Key Tripp Lite Computers, Office - Components, Accessories SWITCH KVM USB 4 PORT W/O CABLES
DC-11402 Digi-Key Assmann WSW Components Computers, Office - Components, Accessories MINI USB-KVM SWITCH 1USER 2PC-S
DC-11201-1 Digi-Key Assmann WSW Components Computers, Office - Components, Accessories KVM SWITCH 1USER 2PC-S USB/PS2
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  • KVM Switch Buying Guide
    A KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Switch is a device that allows you to control multiple computers from a single keyboard, video monitor and mouse console. This can be particularly beneficial when there is insufficient room for multiple monitors and keyboards, such as in a server room rack
  • Reference Guide: Avocent SwitchView MP KVM Switch
    video monitors, and four mice. That would also take up a lot of space and waste expensive electricity. But with a KVM switch (keyboard, video, mouse), I can use one keyboard, monitor, and mouse to control all four systems.
  • Server Cabinet & KVM Switches FAQ
    cables. Then check the usable depth of the Server Cabinet you are purchasing. KVM is the industry term for Keyboard-Video-Mouse. A KVM switch allows single or multiple workstations to have local or remote access to multiple computers located in server rooms or on the desktop regardless
  • Computer Power User Article - It's Time To Switch Things Up
    of consumer PCs sold have gone into multiple-PC households. This has been going on so long, many of us have more systems in storage than in use. You could put those forgotten friends to work, but who has the space (or money) for more sets of peripherals? Well, that s what KVM (keyboard, video, monitor
  • Advancing the Art of KVM Switches
    Networked keyboard, video and mouse (also known as KVM via IP) is the third major step forward in server operations management. The first step was mounting servers in racks, while analog KVM provided the second step. You can imagine what server farms would look like without these advances. KVM via
  • Case Study: Avocent KVM over IP Rises to the Surface as Sydney Water Corporation IT Solution
    management of its comprehensive IT systems more efficient. The decision to choose a KVM solution from Avocent has assisted with the day-to-day management of Sydney Water's servers. A KVM switch allows one keyboard, monitor (video) and mouse to easily switch between controlling several severs. A KVM
  • Case Study: Manitoba Hydro Gives Data Center a Power Boost
    . Manitoba Hydro used analog KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) switches for local control of their servers. Remote control needs were handled through software tools. Unfortunately, this approach presented several limitations. For example, in cases where a remote server was unhealthy, software remote access tools
  • Case Study: Northern Health Gives IT Department a Clean Bill of Health
    to maintaining health services to patients. Northern Health's IT department was responsible for more than 100 servers and was using analog KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) switches for local control of their servers. This lack of remote access essentially meant that should a problem arise, Northern Health

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