On 29 May 2007, Dueltek Computer Products and Raritan Australia hosted the launch of the new DKX2 Network Port at Crown Casino, Melbourne.
Attendees of this event previewed the new Dominion PX power over IP solutions that are due for release from Raritan later this year.
"Dominion KXI Switches are a successful product sold in both the Australian and New Zealand markets. The launch of Dominion exciting news for our local customers," said Gary Hull (Director of Sales - Raritan Australia and New Zealand).
The new Dominion KX2 KVM over IP units are equipped with dual redundant power supplies as well as dual redundant gigabit network ports, the only KVM on the market to have either of these features.
Other new features include:
- Absolute mouse synchronisation which reduces installation time and sets a new standard for mouse synchronisation
- Universal virtual media which allows a remote user to mount a CD ROM drive or USB Thumb drive and copy or run programs and files from the remote PC to any server connected using the DCIM-VUSB dongles
- Highest port density of any KVM over IP on the market, the DKX464 and the new DKX2-464 allows 4 remote users and one local user access up to 64 devices simultaneously through the one KVM unit.