KVM-over-IP Switch Supports 4K Ultra HD

(Raritan)

Raritan’s flexible KVM-over-IP switch and User Station support the needs of today's broadcast studios, control rooms, labs, data centers, and in just about any place that secure and reliable access to equipment is needed.  

 

The company claims its Dominion KX IV-101 digital switch is more powerful and flexible than any other KVM‐over‐IP switch. It provides unblocked high-performance access to servers and workstations; and, up to three times faster virtual media transfers for remote software installations and other tasks.  The new switch also gives users the flexibility to access and control equipment via a User Station, PC, or laptop.  

Sponsored by Infosys

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Performance also was boosted in Raritan's new KX IV User Station recommended for customers using 4K resolution and requiring multiple KVM sessions.  It supports three connected monitors and provides three times more processing power than previous models. The Dominion KX IV enhancements include:

  • Up to 4K video resolutions: 1080p,1440p, 1600p.
  • Faster frame rates -- up to 60 frames per second.
  • High-quality 4:4:4 color.
  • Digital audio via HDMI.
  • Faster virtual media transfers.
  • KVM app to configure the KX IV using Apple mobile devices.

 

The all-digital Dominion KX IV also has many of the popular Dominion family features, such as absolute mouse synchronization, LDAP/Radius/AD authentication, AES encryption, up to eight simultaneous KVM-over-IP sessions, and Java-free access on laptops and PCs. Users can access and control equipment using a LAN, WAN, and the Internet for emergency IT access.  With the Dominion KX's BIOS-level access, a server is always accessible and can be rebooted remotely in the event a server's operating system is not working. For more information, checkout the Dominion KX IV-101 and also visit Raritan.

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