Minicom Exhibits KVM IP Technology for Improved Remote Support Service

Minicom Advanced Systems is proud to show IP Control, its latest KVM IP Gateway for remote support, at this year's Optimizing and Securing the Remote Service Infrastructure show at Orlando, Florida, February 6th and 7th.

Jerusalem, Israel - The palm -sized hardware device lets service administrators perform BIOS level access and control operations for remote computers, via a standard web -browser. With IP Control, extended downtime becomes a thing of the past as mission -critical computers and intelligent devices can be rebooted, without direct physical contact and without having to wait for a field technician to arrive on site.


IP Control is based on proprietary KVM (keyboard, video & mouse) technology that increases the speed and diagnosis accuracy for remote support service providers, and results in lower costs for those operating intelligent devices. Also, KVM technology, unlike software -based remote support solutions, works out -of -band, with no dedicated software running on the existing network that could conflict with mission -critical applications.

IP Control is the latest KVM IP Gateway solution from Minicom; the leading specialists in KVM based access and control solutions. Rami Sasson, VP Business Development at Minicom says, "With 24/7 access and control, the manufacturers and operators of these intelligent devices can now achieve faster turnaround times and a massive saving on service costs. Our remote KVM support solutions represent a significant competitive edge for those who implement them".

IP Control is ideal for digital signage applications that require control and maintenance of remote players from a central control room. It also greatly helps advertisers by allowing them to monitor their advertisements without having to leave the office.

Visitors are welcome to experience a demonstration of the IP Control at the Minicom booth and to find out more about Minicom's range of remote access and control solutions.

Download Minicom's new Remote Support White Paper: http://www.minicom.com/requestwhite.cfm and request a FREE Remote KVM IP demo so you can witness it for yourself: http://www.minicom.com/requestdemoip.cfm

About Minicom Advanced Systems

Minicom Advanced Systems is a leading manufacturer of KVM server management solutions that enhance access and control of the enterprise and corporate IT environments. Minicom also develops advanced multimedia distribution systems for digital signage networks. Over 100,000 screens worldwide display multimedia content via Minicom technology. Founded in 1988, Minicom has a global presence in over 50 countries, with regional headquarters in North America and Europe. In 2006 Minicom was named a Deloitte Technology Fast 50 company, a testament to the success of its technological innovations in generating company growth.

For more information about Minicom's KVM line of products visit www.minicom.com/kvm.htm or contact:

Sam Green
Marketing Communications Manager
sam.green@minicom.com
Tel: +972 -2 -5359 -635
Fax: +972 -2 -5359 -693

Dana Wigdor
Sales & Marketing Coordinator
dana.wigdor@minicom.com
Tel: 888 -486 -2154 - EXT 13
Fax: 908 -486 -7788

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