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VGA, DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort from a single KVM-over-IP switch? Raritan’s KX II Release 2.5 and New Digital CIMs

Paula Alves
June 20, 2012

As an IT Administrator, Data Center Manager, or Lab Manager, you know that access and control of an IT infrastructure with both analog VGA, as well as digital video DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort technologies, is costly and complicated.

If your current KVM and access solution has not kept up with these technology changes, the additional time and cost spent using multiple access switches, digital-to-analog converters, or inflexible extenders can quickly eat up your time and budget.  Because you will not be able to cost-effectively support the PCs, workstations, laptops, and servers in your infrastructure, you and your users may be less productive.

With Raritan’s Dominion KX II 2.5 release, coupled with digital CIMs for DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort video technologies, you can:

  • Access and control a heterogeneous infrastructure of PC’s, workstations, video/dual video cards, servers, and computing devices.
  • Simultaneously support both analog VGA, as well as digital DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort in a single  KVM-over-IP switch
  • Eliminate expensive and unreliable digital-to-analog adapters
  • Protect and support past, present, and future video technology investments with a single KVM-over-IP switch

For more information on how Raritan’s KX II and digital CIMs can help you remotely manage your analog and digital video infrastructure, contact your authorized Raritan representative or see our website at: