Minicom's KVM Server Management Showcased by Rackwise at Datacenter Dynamics Sydney, Australia

Visitors experienced Minicom's premier remote, out-of-band access to servers using a web interface

Minicom Advanced Systems, a leading developer of IT infrastructure access, control, and management solutions for data centers, announced today that Rackwise, the internationally recognized leader in Data Center Management and Intelligence solutions, featured Minicom's KVM solutions at Datacenter Dynamics Sydney, Australia, on June 16th.


Rackwise demonstrated RACKWISE DCM's ability to seamlessly point, click, and remotely connect to servers and other device management consoles. As part of their demonstration, Rackwise used one of Minicom's multi -user IP KVM switches, which gives IT managers remote, out -of -band access to their servers from anywhere in the world using a web interface.

"Real time access and control of servers and devices in the data center are critical functions for today's data center. Combining our remote access solutions with Rackwise's industry leading Data Center management software creates a powerful opportunity for data center IT and Facility administrators to increase operational efficiency and reduce costs," says Rami Sasson, VP Business Development and Strategy.

All equipment used for the demonstrations is located in Rackwise's Product Demonstration Center, located in Las Vegas, Nevada. "Collecting data from and performing remote management with devices half a world away dramatically demonstrates RACKWISE DCM's ability to manage globally dispersed enterprise data centers," says William Nelson, Director of Product Management.

To learn more about Minicom's KVM solutions and test drive Minicom's KVM IP products online, visit www.minicom.com.

About Minicom Advanced Systems

Founded in 1988, Minicom is a leading developer of remote access management solutions. Minicom's extensive line of KVM switches, integrated drawers, and gateways gives you all the KVM access you need for troubleshooting, maintenance, and upgrades. AccessIT™, the only open platform solution for remote access management, offers an unrivaled "Real Needs™ approach" to lowering op -ex for complex IT infrastructure and data center managers, by providing real time access for the entire admin team regardless of location or function.

About Rackwise

Founded in 2003, Rackwise develops innovative data center management and intelligence software. The Rackwise product family is broadly used by Global 2000 enterprises, service providers, and SMBs to intelligently plan and manage their IT physical infrastructure. For more information, please visit www.rackwise.com, email marketing@rackwise.com, or call 702.818.2385.

Rackwise contact information:
William F. Nelson
Director Product Management
bnelson@rackwise.com
Tel: 702 -818 -2382
M: 214 -499 -1833
www.rackwise.com

Minicom contact information:

North America:
David White
VP Sales, North America
Dave.White@minicom.com
Tel: (888) 486 -2154
www.minicom.com

Europe:
Denis Adda
Associate Vice President
denis.adda@minicom.com
Tel: (972) 2 535 -9619

ROW:
Michael Lahav
Director of Sales - APAC
michael.lahav@minicom.com
(Tel): (972) 2 535 -9618



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