KVM for physical and virtual servers

KVM for physical and virtual servers
James Groves
Acquisition
August 30th 2017 at 6:15PM : By James Groves

InvisaPC enables high-performance and scalable KVM extension and switching for both physical and virtual servers.

At IBC, Black Box is showcasing the product’s new design and improved feature set. The system is now housed in an industrial enclosure and expands KVM functionality to include audio and RS232 connectivity. The product's updated physical architecture also allows for more convenient and dense rack mounting.

Beyond these new features, the new model maintains all of its predecessor’s capabilities. It provides use of on-site and remote servers, and streamlines HD video and USB connectivity with the ability to access virtualised machines with the same single-user interface as traditional systems.

InvisaPC’s KVM-over-IP approach makes it possible to relocate computers and virtual machines from the desktop to a secure, climate-controlled equipment room or cloud environment. From the new location, the PC would be connected to an InvisaPC transmitter, supporting digital 1080p video, audio, and USB peripheral extension across IP networks. Each desktop would also have its own keyboard, monitor, mouse and peripheral setup connected to an InvisaPC receiver. The result is a high-performance, real-time experience for the most demanding environments, claimed Black Box.

Stand Number: 8.B59