What is KVM?
KVM is the acronym for Keyboard, Video, Mouse. More specifically, multiple computers are connected to the KVM and controlled from a single set of keyboard, monitor and mouse. Although there are multiple computers connected the KVM, however only one can be controlled at a time. Control of each computer is done separately via the use of switches on the KVM. It does this by fooling each computer into thinking that it is currently actively connected to a separate keyboard, mouse, and monitor. Since the KVM incorporates only a single set of keyboard, monitor and mouse, it saves space, cuts cost as well as increase the efficiency of work done. Along with the ease of control, it saves time and adds valuable flexibility to the whole system.
Since the KVM incorporates only a single set of keyboard, monitor and mouse, it saves space, cuts cost as well as increase?the efficiency of work done. Along with the ease of control, it saves time and adds valuable flexibility to the whole system.
1. Corporate Computer Control Center
There is a constant need for MIS staff within a large corporate to switch and? control between 4~16 servers, for example mail server, Web server, Database as well as ERP server. The KVM provides the control of these multiple servers with simplicity and easy.
Within the home office, there often arises the need to control & manage between 2~4 computers along with each of their peripherals. In this case, the KVM offers the user a flexibility that is required.
3. Data Center
Within a Data Center, the KVM provides the flexibility and freedom that is necessary to control and manage up to hundreds of servers, such as within ISPs, ASPs, IDCs, Test lab, Financial Institutions, Telecommunications, Military Applications.
The KVM, in fact may be used in a whole host of industries, such as Gaming & Security, as well as controlling on a production line, etc.