Under the program, customers are given trade-in credits based on the number of ports on their older KVM switches, which can be from any manufacturer. The credits can be applied towards the purchase of new KVM-over-IP and analog KVM switches from Raritan's most-popular and advanced product lines - Dominion® KX and Paragon® II.
"This is a great deal for customers who want to trade in their old KVM equipment and migrate to the latest access-and-control solutions for managing their data centers and distributed IT infrastructures," said Gary Marks, Raritan's vice president, Sales. "This unprecedented offer is a way for us to thank our loyal customers and help all data center managers improve their productivity."
In order to take advantage of the trade-in promotion - which ends August 1, 2007 - customers must buy a new Raritan product with equal or greater number of ports than the trade-in switch. More information is available at www.raritan.com/kvm_tradein.
Raritan KVM Solutions
Raritan's KVM solutions help businesses reduce mean time to repair and the cost of downtime by providing secure access and control to servers and other IT equipment from anywhere.
The Dominion KX KVM-over-IP switch delivers a user experience virtually indistinguishable from an at-the-rack connection, plus enhanced security and SNMP manageability. The extensive product line includes the industry's first 64-port digital KVM switch.
Paragon II is Raritan's Cat5 analog KVM solution that provides advanced management features and the industry's highest video screen resolutions over the greatest distance (1600 x 1200 for distances up to 700 feet from the target server). In a recent independent test of analog switches, Paragon was the top choice for high-quality video applications.