Posted on February 25, 2013 by KVMG-CMS | 0 comments
Virtual Media allows a server to access storage media such as CD-ROMs, flash memory and external drives anywhere on the network–just as if they were directly attached to that server's USB port. This allows technicians to quickly and easily move and copy data between the storage media ...read more.
KVM over IP
Posted on November 24, 2012 by KVMG-CMS | 2 comments
KVM over IP is the technology that supports interfacing with keyboard/video/mouse signals over IP, or – in simpler terms – over a network such as Internet, WAN or LAN.
KVM over IP technology digitizes the keyboard/video/mouse signals, encrypts them (for security purposes) and ...read more.
Categories: KVM Extenders, KVM over IP, KVM Switches, LCD Consoles
Tags: browser, CATx, client, computer, console, control, extender, fiber, INFINITY, Internet, IP, IP address, keyboard, KVM, LAN, LCD, mouse, multi-user, network, ports, remote, secure, switch, video, VNC, WAN, web
Posted on October 27, 2012 by KVMGalore | 2 comments
A KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) extender is a device used to extend a computer's console (keyboard, monitor, mouse) away from the computer.
KVM extenderInstead of using long coax cables to connect the extended console to the keyboard, video and mouse ports of the computer – a KVM extender typically achieves the extension ...read more.
Categories: KVM Extenders
Tags: CAT-5, CATx, console, fiber-optic, IP, local, multi-video, receiver, remote, RS232, serial, transmitter
Connecting computers with a mix of DVI and VGA video to one KVM switch may prove challenging. The reason: VGA video is analog, while DVI video – as the name (Digital Visual Interface) implies – is digital. Analog video and digital video are incompatible and cannot be mixed.
Additionally, the (one) monitor connected ...read more.
Posted on March 21, 2012 by KVMGalore | 0 comments
To use a computer we need to interact with it through at least three (3) peripherals:
– A keyboard for input (“K” in KVM)
– A mouse for input and interaction (“M” in KVM)
– A monitor to visually view the computer's video output (“V” in KVM)
So, in an over-simplified way ...read more.
Categories: KVM Switches
Tags: auto-scan, broadcast, cascade, CAT-5, CATx, coax, computer, console, IP, Keep Alive, keyboard, keypad, KVM switch, KVMA, KVMP, mouse, multi-user, multi-video, On-Screen-Display, OSD, port, push-button, RS232, secure, sharing, split-screen, switch