What are KVM Matrix Switches?

Multiple servers or CPUs can be controlled and run by multiple users with the support of a KVM Matrix Switch. Offering multi-platform capabilities these units can operate with PCs, SUNs, MACs, IBMs, HPs and Dells as well as Windows Vista, 2003, XP, 2000, Linux, Netware, and Unix operating systems. Offered in a 1U rack mount form factor, these switches have versions with 8, 16 and 32 ports. Purchase online these switches at a reasonable price on http://www.atennetwork.com/video-matrix-switches.

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For achieving greater configurations, they can be cascaded and can accommodate up to 256 servers when this is done. An important feature of a Matrix KVM unit is that it can be controlled by multiple users. There are different versions available for these units with VGA or CAT5e/6 connectors. Also, different versions support different numbers of the user with local access and remote access via CAT5e/6 or TCP/IP.

Amongst many other features of a KVM Matrix apparatus, the most prominent one includes the ability to offer local as well as remote access control (Cat5e/6 or TCP/IP). The OSD user interface has many enhanced features for management and user management, including the capacity to specify Super Users. English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Simplified Chinese are also supported by its multilingual interface. These KVM units have CE, FCC, VCCI, TAA and RoHS approvals. They have optional 12, 24 and 48V power choices.

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