Minicom has launched KVM.net II centralised remote access system. KVM.net II centralised remote access system empowers IT administrators to remotely access all their distributed IT assets such as KVM, serial, power and network devices via a single IP address.
“Today’s IT departments must work with multiple interfaces, user names and passwords,” says Benny Hayumi, Product Manager at Minicom, “KVM.net II radically simplifies life for these IT managers by providing centralised, unified secure access to all their globally distributed services and network devices via a single click of a link on the portal.”
KVM.net II centralised remote access system’s powerful Access Services feature supports a wide range of remote access technologies including KVM, Serial, RDP, VNC, SSH, Telnet, VMware, HP ILO and web services.
“IT managers are excited about the auto login feature that seamlessly logs the user into the interface of the predefined access services.”
Minicom, realising the time demands placed upon the IT department has designed an intuitive graphical user interface that makes configuration so simple; the entire system can be learned in a day.
Minicom has also responded to the budgetary restrictions on IT departments by offering a unique Real Needs approach. As a centralised remote access system to offer 3rd party switch support, KVM.net II rejuvenates the existing KVM infrastructure.
With Minicom’s unique Real Needs approach simply technology layer can be added on top of the analogue KVM switches, safeguarding investment and maximising ROI. This cost-effective solution costs less than half the price of competing systems. It also provides an environmentally friendly solution, as it recycles the existing KVM infrastructure.
KVM.net II centralised remote access system’s open architecture even keeps the future options open, by allowing to add the equipment that ideally suits when the need arises.