Compact IP Console Servers From Tripp Lite

Tripp Lite Introduces New 3- and 4-Port Compact IP Console Servers giving users Secure IT Management in a Small Form Factor: Ideal for VoIP Closets, Branch Offices & more

Chicago, IL (May 27, 2010) - -Tripp Lite has introduced two new Compact IP -capable Console Servers equipped with three and four RJ45 serial ports. Designed for use in sites with limited equipment space, they give network managers low -cost, highly secure access, from any location, to all of their network - and serial -connected devices and power infrastructures.


Key Features and Benefits:

* Out -of -Band (modem) connection enables communication, system monitoring and troubleshooting between remote sites, even during network outages or equipment malfunctions, reducing the need for costly service calls

* Embedded temperature sensors allow network managers to receive environmental information from their off -site locations, detect hot spots and take corrective action before equipment failures cause downtime and productivity loss

* Small form factor meets integration needs for VoIP closets, sales kiosks and other locations where space is at a premium

* Compact IP Console Servers are compatible with all devices equipped with RJ45 or DB9 serial ports: servers, routers, switches, firewalls, UPS systems and more

"The new Compact IP Console Servers create a single point of immediate access for complete system management, and they are an invaluable tool in system maintenance and disaster recovery," said John White, Tripp Lite Connectivity Specialist. "They are ideal for use in places where space is tight and where it is impractical to keep IT staff, time -consuming to send staff and expensive or risky to bring in outside contractors. By streamlining operations and reducing maintenance costs, overtime salaries and outside contractor expense, they will quickly pay for themselves."

For more information on Tripp Lite's new Compact IP -capable Console Servers and to view the entire line of console servers and accessories, go to: http://www.tripplite.com/consoleservers.

To download product images, go to: http://www.tripplite.com/model/4495

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About Tripp Lite
Outstanding product reliability and exceptional service have been Tripp Lite trademarks for more than 85 years. Tripp Lite's innovations include the world's first UPS system designed specifically for personal computers, and the world's most trusted premium surge suppressor - -the Isobar® - -with more than 16 million in use. Tripp Lite maintains the highest level of ready -to -ship inventory in the industry with more than 1,000 different products, including UPS systems, rack systems, PDUs, PowerAlert software for enterprise -level system management and control, surge suppressors, KVM switches, cables and connectivity products, inverters, power strips, notebook accessories and more. Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Tripp Lite maintains a global presence with fully staffed offices worldwide. Additional information, including a list of Tripp Lite's sales offices and authorized reseller partners, can be found by visiting Tripp Lite's website: http://www.tripplite.com

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