Analog KVM Switching
A KVM switch (with KVM being an abbreviation for Keyboard, Video or Visual Display Unit, Mouse) is a hardware device that allows a user to control multiple computers from a single keyboard, video monitor and mouse. Although multiple computers are connected to the KVM, typically a smaller number of computers can be controlled at any given time. Modern devices have also added the ability to share USB devices and speakers with multiple computers.
Analog KVM Switches
Avocent SwitchView® KVM switches enable you to use a single keyboard, monitor and mouse to access multiple PCs. SwitchView KVM switches can support combinations of PS/2 and USB PCs, and SwitchView multimedia switches let you share USB devices, and speakers and a microphone between PCs. With the Avocent SwitchView DVI switch, you access multiple DVI […] Read »
SMB KVM Switches
You can enjoy simpler KVM switching with local virtual media support, advanced cabling options and easier access to servers and other network devices in your midsize data center. With Avocent AutoView® KVM switches, your choices have never been better. AutoView KVM switching systems feature cabling options that let you manage PS/2, USB, Sun and serial […] Read »
Analog Matrix Switching
The Avocent AMX® analog KVM switching solution provides simultaneous real-time user access to all major server platforms and serial devices. Maintain access to your mission-critical servers and serial devices by connecting two AMX matrix switches to your desktop user station for switch redundancy with automatic failover. Alternately, you can access your local computer and an […] Read »