Minicom Introduces KVM.net® II - Centralized Remote Access System

Centralizing Remote Access to all your Distributed IT Assets such as KVM, Serial, Power, Network Devices

Jerusalem, Israel - Minicom Advanced Systems, a leading developer of KVM switch and extension technology, is launching the KVM.net® II centralized remote access system. It empowers

IT administrators to remotely access all their distributed IT assets such as KVM, serial, power and network devices via a single IP address.

"Today's IT departments must work with multiple interfaces, user names and passwords," says Benny Hayumi, Product Manager at Minicom, "KVM.net® II radically simplifies life for these IT managers by providing centralized, unified secure access to all their globally distributed services and network devices via a single click of a link on the portal."

KVM.net® II's powerful Access Services™ feature supports a wide range of remote access technologies including KVM, Serial, RDP, VNC, SSH, Telnet, VMware, HP ILO and web services.

"IT managers are excited about the auto login feature that seamlessly logs the user into the interface of the predefined access services."

Minicom, realizing the time demands placed upon the IT department has designed an intuitive graphical user interface that makes configuration so simple; the entire system can be learned ¬in a day.

Fill out a Request form for a free private KVM.net® II Online Demo (http://www.minicom.com/requestdemoip.cfm)

Minicom has also responded to the budgetary restrictions on IT departments by offering a unique Real Needs™ approach. As the only centralized remote access system to offer 3rd party switch support, KVM.net® II rejuvenates your existing KVM infrastructure. With Minicom's unique Real Needs™ approach you simply add a technology layer on top of your analog KVM switches, safeguarding your investment and maximizing ROI. This cost -effective solution, where you buy only what you need, costs less than half the price of competing systems. It also provides the market's most environmentally friendly solution, as it "recycles" your existing KVM infrastructure. KVM.net® II's open architecture even keeps your future options open, by allowing you to add the equipment that best suits you when the need arises.

About US
Minicom Advanced Systems is a manufacturer of KVM switch and computer management solutions that facilitate control of server room and data centers. It also manufactures innovative digital signage distribution and extension solutions that provide the Last Mile™ of player -to -screen connectivity. Minicom is a member of Intel Capital's portfolio of companies and was named in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA for 2006. Founded in 1988, Minicom operates in over 70 countries, with headquarters in Israel and regional offices in North America and Europe.

Minicom Advanced Systems.
Media contact: Kenneth Dukofsky, Marketing Communications Manager
16 Hartom St. | Jerusalem, Israel 91450 | www.minicom.com kenneth.dukofsky@minicom.com | Direct: +972 -2 -5359 635
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