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ATEN launches affordable range of IP KVM for SMBs

ATEN Technology, Inc. has released new 8 and 16-port IP KVM switches with built-in IP remote access. Designed and priced specifically for the small and medium-size business (SMB) market, the KH1508i and KH1516i CAT5 KVM features 8-port and 16-port respectively.

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ATEN Technology, Inc. has released new 8 and 16-port IP KVM switches with built-in IP remote access. Designed and priced specifically for the small and medium-size business (SMB) market, the KH1508i and KH1516i CAT5 KVM features 8-port and 16-port respectively.

Both models are multi-platform compliant with PC, Mac, Sun, and terminal-based systems, and they are part of the ALTUSEN line of enterprise-class KVM offerings from ATEN.

Daisy chained, the KVM switches are able to provide local and remote access of up to 128 and 256 servers.

The KH1508i/KH1516i are now available, and they are priced at $849.95 and $999.95. This compares favorably with well-known brands such as Avocent and Raritan, which easily cost upwards of $2k or more for similar configurations.

You can read the full press release from ATEN.

Do you use an IP-based KVM? Which is your favorite brand?

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Paul Mah is a writer and blogger who lives in Singapore, where he has worked for a number of years in various capacities within the IT industry. Paul enjoys tinkering with tech gadgets, smartphones, and networking devices.

3 comments
paulmah
paulmah

Do you use an IP-based KVM? Which is your favorite brand?

jvm2ckms
jvm2ckms

Hmmm... when in come to band... my boss decided to go get it from http://www.raritan.info - now, i can work remotely without any hassles as compared to our previous KVM over IP

tech
tech

Simple, secure, safe. Doesn't get better than that. Works with most any existing KVM out there. www.adder.com

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