Raritan cost effective KVM switch


17 February 2011

Raritan has introduced the expreZo, a compact, easy-to-use keyboard Video mouse (KVM) switch designed to help small- and medium-sized businesses simplify server management by providing access and control of multiple servers from a single console.

“ExpreZo enables users to easily and quickly access and switch between connected servers,” said Edwin de Boer, head of Marketing at Raritan Europe. “It enables companies to effectively manage server rooms, as well handle IT issues that could disrupt a company’s operations. With expreZo you can access and control computers that require rebooting or troubleshooting, ensuring business continuity.”

The expreZo is designed to meet stringent IT requirements, including security, scalability, and support for a wide range of IT equipment. The switch, which comes available in 8 and 16 port models, connects to computers via PS/2 and/or USB interfaces and supports servers using Windows, Linux, Mac OS9/OSX and Sun Microsystems operating systems. With plug-and-play installation and auto-configuration, along with easy-to-use, on-screen menu displays, users can have the expreZo KVM switch set up in minutes, with little expertise required.

ExpreZo caters for the highest video resolution of up to 2048×1536, and its on-screen display delivers intuitive menus for quick and effective navigation. The switch can be cascaded to support up to 4,096 servers.





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