Cybex switch's new AutoView 200 makes remote server access easier

Cybex switch's new AutoView 200 makes remote server access easier

To make server connections easier for multiple and remote users, Cybex Computer Products Corp. has added AutoView 200 to its AutoView Commander switch. The rackmountable, $1,295 switch controls up to 64 servers from one keyboard, monitor and mouse.

An embedded LongView receiver lets a second user work up to 500 feet away. The attached client systems can power the switch if it loses its electrical supply.

The hot-pluggable switch need not be powered down when a server is added or replaced.

With AutoView 200, two users can independently and simultaneously access any of eight attached servers. AutoView 200 is flash-upgradeable and accessible remotely. It works with Microsoft Windows and MS-DOS applications and is compatible with VGA, SuperVGA, XGA and XGA-II video.

The Huntsville, Ala., company's Web page is at www.cybex.com.

Cybex has customers in the Air Force, NASA and the Navy.

Contact Cybex at 256-430-4000.

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