Full bandwidth and real-time access to servers
Facilitates access to multiple servers and applications where full bandwidth video quality is critical
Easy to use OSCAR® graphical user interface,
No training required for immediate user interaction with target computers
PS/2, USB, Sun and SGI servers and VT100 serial-based devices
Specialized application support
The AMX®5010 switch is a proven choice for test labs, demo labs, design and broadcast environments. AMX switches are compatible with all major broadcast devices including Pinnacle Deko, Harris Device Manager and Raid arrays.
Automatic compensation for any video losses induced by cabling
Simplifies the installation of equipment and guarantees highest quality video for each user without any user intervention
Dual Matrix Support
Connect user station to two AMX KVM switches for switch redundancy with automatic failover for mission-critical reliability.
Out-of-band access to computers
You can access all cascaded computers without needing to access the corporate network.
End-to-end UTP cable, including CAT 5, 5e and 6
Eliminates bulky cabling connections and delivers real-time, high bandwidth video up to 1,000 feet from the server
Consolidates the local ports of KVM over IP products
You have backup access to servers independent of the IP network.
Consolidates access to existing analog KVM switches
You can integrate legacy KVM switches into your matrix KVM solution.
AMWorks® Java-based system administration tool
Centralized management is easier with this versatile software.
AMIQ server interface module
Built-in memory eases configuration and installation by assigning and retaining unique server identification codes for each attached server.
Includes SNMP traps
You can set up SNMP traps in the AMX switch for report alarms to an external logging destination.
AMWorks software maintains a record of all user logins and switching activity.
AMX switches easily accommodate additional servers and users in growing network infrastructures.
Integration with other LDAP services for authentication
You can use a single LDAP database for authentication. This minimizes the administration overhead of your existing network authentication process.