Multiview KVM switch
Posted on May 18, 2014 by KVMG-CMS | 0 comments
A multiview KVM switch controls multiple computers with all videos showing on one screen
A split-screen multiview KVM switch controls multiple computers from one console while splitting the monitor into sections, then individually and simultaneously displaying video from connected computers on each section of the screen, with all videos showing on one screen.
A typical KVM switch allows a user to have just one console and ...read more.
Auto-scan, multi-screen or split-screen?
Posted on April 1, 2013 by KVMG-CMS | 0 comments
Auto-scan* is neat, but can you afford to miss the visual of the other 3 video-sources as your switch completes the auto-scan cycle? Of course you can set up multiple screens (each displaying video from a different source), but how effe ...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
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