DVI KVM Switches, USB Matrix KVM Switcher, Control multiple PC SUN USB computers servers, USB Multi-User Matrix Switch One-User Switch

KVM Switches

KVM Switches
A single-user KVM Switch allows one user to control multiple computers with one keyboard, monitor and mouse. A KVM matrix switch allows multiple users to individually command or simultaneously share many computer
Also known as: KVM Switches, server switcher, keyboard monitor mouse switch, PS2 switch, Sun switch, Mac switch, USB KVM Switch, multi-user KVM, USB matrix switcher..
  • USB KVM Switch: 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32-Port

    UNIMUX-USBV-4O (Front & Back)

    The UNIMUX™ VGA USB KVM switch allows a user to control up to 32 USB computers with one USB keyboard, USB mouse and VGA monitor.

  • USB KVM Matrix Switch

    UNIMUX-4X16-U (Front & Back)

    The UNIMUX™ VGA USB Matrix KVM switch allows up to eight users to individually command or simultaneously share up to 32 USB computers.

  • VGA USB Touchscreen and CAC Reader Compatible KVM Switch

    UNIMUX-USBV-16HDUT (Front & Back)

    The UNIMUX™ VGA USB High Density KVM switch allows a user to control up to 32 USB computers with one USB keyboard, USB mouse and VGA monitor. It is optionally available with two transparent USB connectors for connecting any type of USB device, such as a touch screen monitor, interactive white board, or CAC card reader.

  • High Density VGA USB KVM Matrix Switch

    UNIMUX-4X8-UHD (Front & Back)

    The UNIMUX™ High Density VGA USB KVM Matrix Switch allows up to four users to individually command or simultaneously share up to 32 USB computers. It is available with optional USB connectors for connecting USB touch screen monitors, CAC card readers, or other USB devices.

  • DVI KVM Switch

    KEEMUX-PD-2 (Front & Back)

    The KEEMUX-PD-x DVI KVM switch allows you to control up to four single link DVI-enabled PCs with one DVI monitor, PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse.

  • Remote KVM Server Management over IP

    INTERMUX-KVMUIP

    The Intermux™ KVM on IP™ device allows you to control one or many computers locally at the server site or remotely via the Internet using a standard browser. You can securely gain BIOS level access to systems for maintenance, support, or failure recovery over the Internet.