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Why Purchase a High Performance IP KVM Switch for Video Broadcast Applications?

Posted on January 21, 2015 by Michael Bord

 

The KX III IP KVM switch offers some impressive specs: 1,920 x 1,080 HD resolution with 24-bit color at 30 frames per second; Web-based BIOS-level access and control for eight to 64 servers; security protocols like FIPS 140-2 encryption; smart-card/CAC authentication; IPv6; and DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort/VGA connections for digital and analog video, audio, virtual media, blade server support, and mobile access.

But in an age when software-based remote server management tools (RDP, VNC) and embedded service processors (iLO, DRAC,RSA) are prevalent, why should you invest in a device many IT departments consider old-fashioned?


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