ATEN Launches New 4K DisplayPort KVM over IP Switch
The CN9950 assures the quality and efficiency of remote work
Berkshire, U.K (January 19, 2021) – ATEN International, the leading provider of AV/IT connectivity and management solutions, today announces the launch of the CN9950 1-Local/Remote Share Access Single Port 4K DisplayPort KVM over IP Switch, the latest member of the CN series of KVM over IP Switches, which is suitable for global organizations, governments, and companies with several office locations as it bridges local and remote workplaces with a seamless connection without any restriction or loss in productivity.
As remote working and work-from-home have gradually become a new normal during the pandemic, the demand for over IP KVM switches has risen noticeably. The CN9950 provides over-IP capability for remote access to a dedicated PC/server via a direct BIOS-level, hack-proof network connection, and expands on previous models with increased visual excellence, up to 4K DCI resolution. It allows for secure remote access to digital audio, video, and virtual media, facilitating instant file sharing and system updates over the network without the need for any extra software installation or configuration. With the integration of CN9950, businesses and governments are able to assure the quality and efficiency of remote work.
The CN9950 provides over-IP capability for remote access to a dedicated PC/server via a direct BIOS-level, hack-proof network connection
Key features include:
l Security-Guarded Remote Access – Provides a direct BIOS-level connection to the dedicated PC/server to allow for instant remote access from different locations without requiring any extra software installation or configuration
l Dual LAN / Power Redundancy – Equipped with dual LAN / power connectivity that strengthens system reliability by maintaining uninterrupted operations during any contingency
l Virtual Media Support for Prompt System Update – Enables authorized virtual media support to run file applications and software installations over the network; this is especially useful for diagnosing and troubleshooting network and BIOS issues as well as performing software updates and patches to keep your system up-to-date
l DI and Relay Connectivity for Contingency Approach – Comes built-in with a 5-pin control terminal for a DI input connection for system alerts (from a thermometer, humidity/door sensor), as well as a relay terminal for a virtual power-on feature that remotely reboots a hung or crashed PC / server to ensure constant system availability for mission-critical applications
The hardware-based remote access path is separated from the operation network to keep data and workflow secure from end to end