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Functional and Effective Server Management with the ATEN Dual Rail LCD KVM Console with PS/2-USB Dual Interface Support

  • 30 January, 2008 17:11

<p>30th January 2008 – Anyware Computer Accessories is pleased to announce the release of the Dual Rail LCD PS/2-USB KVM Console - the KL1100 – from ATEN’s enterprise solutions product line ALTUSEN™. The KL1100 features an integrated 17-inch or 19-inch high-resolution LCD monitor, a full keyboard and a touchpad in a 1U dual rail housing with internal power built in. The KL1100 provides an external combo console port, consisting of a PS/2 or USB keyboard, a mouse and a monitor, allowing administrators to manage their KVM installations even more conveniently.</p>
<p>ATEN’s cutting-edge dual rail KVM solutions are designed for enterprise customers who need space-saving, flexible and cost-effective server management solutions for their network environments. For server rooms that already have KVM switches installed, the KL1100 is a great addition as it can integrate with existing KVM switches or servers and gives instant control over the installation from the compact, space-saving dual rail LCD console. With its dual interface feature, the KL1100 supports servers and KVM switches with PS/2 or USB connectors.</p>
<p>For added convenience and multipoint access, the KL1100 provides an external combo console with either PS/2 or USB connectors. Administrators can choose to control the installation from an extended local console (keyboard, video and mouse). In addition, a hot-pluggable USB mouse port is provided on the front panel for users who don’t like working with touchpads.</p>
<p>The sophisticated Dual Rail design of the KL1100 allows the LCD monitor to slide independently of the keyboard/touchpad. For monitoring and troubleshooting servers, the LCD monitor can remain in clear view with the server rack door closed - a perfect solution for space-constrained server rooms. The KL1100 supports excellent video quality with resolutions of up to 1280 x 1024 pixels at 75Hz and DDC2B for both the 17- and 19-inch monitor. The DDC emulation of the LCD monitor will automatically adjust the video settings of each computer providing optimal output to the monitor.</p>
<p>ATEN’s KL1100 Dual Rail LCD PS/2-USB Consoles are available for purchase now. The 17 inch KL-1100MA retails for $2149 AUD and the 19 inch KL-1100NA retails for $2499.</p>
<p>Anyware is a wholesaler only and does not sell directly to the public.</p>
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