DP32 technology overrides port restrictions

Wilnsdorf, (PresseBox) - The German Guntermann & Drunck are one of the leading manufacturers exhibiting at CeBIT 2011. This year, their focus lies on the digital KVM matrix, the so-called DVICenter DP32. The multi-user KVM switch, which extends and switches DVI, keyboard, mouse, and audio signals, offers a brand new technology: The user is now able to assign computer and user ports without being limited by any default parameters. The device connects thousands of computers. Computer and consoles can be placed several kilometres apart since the new DVI-FiberLink supports vertical cabling with fibre optics.

A web interface helps adapting the system according to the user configuration and the company's IT policies. Integrated redundant hardware components prevent possible system failures, while optional monitoring functions, power switching, and additional premium functions complete the DVICenter DP32's safety and operating concept.

G&D will also show a selection of their comprehensive KVM extender portfolio. The modular system helps create individual KVM systems without the necessity of a special design. The portfolio offers products for transmitting DVI (dual- and single-link), VGA, audio, RS232, or USB signals and also provides devices supporting power switching.

The sector of single-user KVM switches offers the CeBIT visitors a wide product range regarding the number of ports, the signal variety, and the functional range.

CeBIT 2011, hall 12, stand C50

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