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Raritan releases innovative switch for remote VoIP PBX operations


Raritan releases innovative switch for remote VoIP PBX operations
Company Raritan has introduced a KVM-over-IP (Keyboard - Video – Mouse) switch that is designed to enable SmartPhones and tablets to be used for management of remote servers. By means of Apple iPhones and iPads, IT administrators can acquire secure BIOS-level access to servers operated by Raritan's Dominion KX II release 2.4 and CommandCenter-Secure Gateway release 5.2, as per company officials.
Dominion KX's SmartPhone/Tablet KVM Access feature implements a browser-based mobile client, that makes remote access very simple, due to no KVM client, or other extra solutions have to be downloaded on devices. Literally by single click on a mobile device's browser, IT administrators have immediate secure access to servers and are able to initiate diagnostics and other server management operations. The new appliance for Dominion KX II also ensures Digital Audio over IP, technology cutting edge multi-port KVM-over-IP switch. Utilizing the Digital Audio, IT administrators are enabled to playback and record from remote audio applications, as well as manage these applications, disregarding location and time. This new feature will help IT administrators who monitor and maintain VoIP, PBX applications, as well as Call Centers. Clients in the media industry also will enjoy all the advantages by using the feature to help manage Audio/Video applications, such as Streaming Media, Web Casting, Video Teleconferencing, Digital Signage, Internet TV (iTV), Video Editing and Production, TV Production, and Operation Centers. The product provides digital audio, from the remote server directly into a desktop. Bidirectional Digital Audio is supported in a similar manner to the Dominion KX II's Universal Virtual Media feature. Another data center productivity feature introduced is AutoScan for versatile management of multiple servers. Users chose the server ports to be scanned and scanning interval, and the Dominion KX screen demonstrates a new Viewing Window with thumbnail views of the selected servers. Double clicking on a thumbnail launches a KVM client session for that server. "Rapid, secure, and reliable access to data center servers is what our enterprise-class Dominion KX II solution is all about," said Richard Dominach, Raritan. "Raritan continues to invest in developing innovative KVM-over-IP solutions, such as Mobile KVM, to help our customers. As a result, the Dominion KX II is a market leader in the US and we are seeing great interest in our solutions in other areas, such as Asia Pacific and Japan."


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