Product Id: 19747453
Description: Raritan Dominion KX2-864 - KVM switch - PS/2, USB - CAT5 - 64 x KVM port(s) - 2 local users - 8 IP users - desktop
Mfr Part #: DKX2-864
The Raritan Dominion KX II is an enterprise-class, secure, KVM-over-IP KXII switch that provides remote BIOS-level control of up to 64 servers. It raises the bar in KVM-over-IP technology with standard features such as Virtual Media and dual power - available on all models - that maximize performance, security, reliability and versatility.
Raritan's Universal Virtual Media lets administrators perform tasks such as installing software, transferring files and backing up data. A user can mount drives and media from the user's desktop to servers in the data center during a KVM session. Virtual KVM Desktop allows users to scale a target server's display to any size, from thumbnails to full screen video. Transparent keyboard handling sends virtually every keystroke combination straight to the server, for a user experience that's nearly indistinguishable from an at- he-rack connection. Plus, it provides an intuitive user experience - whether the target servers are being accessed locally or remotely - through a common browser-based user interface. This interface supports the industry's widest range of operating systems and browsers.
The Raritan Dominion KX II also features Absolute Mouse Synchronization, which reduces installation time and sets a new standard for mouse synchronization. Combined with high-quality video, Virtual KVM Desktop and Virtual Media features, it provides the industry's most flexible and responsive remote user experience available. And with dual power supplies and dual gigabit Ethernet ports, both with automatic failover, the Dominion KX II is the most reliable digital KVM switch in the industry.
- Reduces expensive downtime by providing out-of-band access in emergencies
- Virtual Media gives users virtual access to storage media and enables them to exchange information between remote users and target servers - through the KVM connection - via the server's USB port
- Minimizes expensive and inconvenient travel to remote locations
- Common Web browser interface for remote and local access
- Remotely controls power to servers with optional remote power strips