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The Dominion KX III KVM-over-IP vs the KX II: What’s Really the Difference?

Posted on July 29, 2014 by Richard Dominach

Dominion KXIII vs KXII KVM Switch

A common question I get is:  what is the difference between the new Dominion KX III and the previous generation KX II KVM-over-IP systems?   The short answer is:  KX III is our next generation KVM-over-IP switch family that is compatible with the KX II, can do virtually everything the KX II can do (at the same price point), but with dramatically improved performance and support.   The KX III is compatible with the KX II in terms of user features, the user interface, CIMS (server dongles) and CommandCenter management.  Here are some other notable features. 


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