KVM

KVM (Keyboard, Video & Mouse) is a series of technologies for extending the peripherals (keyboard, video, mouse or pointing device) away from the CPU. KVM devices come in a variety of types and applications – server-side rackmount KVM for datacentres; desktop KVM extenders for increased distance; desktop KVM switches for switching between multiple target machines.

  • Vertiv – KVM

    by Vertiv

    Vertiv specialise in IT Infrastructure Management – Data Centre, Branch and Desktop. Their Avocent KVM offerings offer the greatest choice in the industry – server-side rackmount KVM for datacentres; desktop KVM extenders for increased distance; desktop KVM switches for switching between multiple target machines. The solutions may be analog or digital, support Ethernet/IP or proprietary links, and use copper od fibre optic cabling.

    Vertiv brands include ASCO, Liebert, Knurr, Marconi outside power and plant, and Avocent.

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    Nikki Benge, ICT Business Manager,
    Elmbridge Borough Council