The Data Center can be considered a "Large Server Co-Location Facility". A Data Center is where the necessary infrastructure – such as computer hardware, security measures, temperature & humidity control and support engineers – must all be in place before the servers and their connectivity can be made available for company use.
Since the dedicated data center must be reliable – providing uptime in excess of 99.999% – effective administration is essential when it comes to avoiding serious consequences that result from preventable errors.
ATEN Data Center Management solutions have the requirements to provide effective management of IT resources – including the hardware and software necessary to integrate all of your IT services for management from a centralized access and control center – simplifying and streamlining your entire data center environment.
ATEN IP KVM Solutions allow both local and remote operators to monitor and access multiple computers from remote locations using a standard Internet browser. Since KVM Over the NET™ products use TCP/ IP for their communications protocol, they can be accessed from any computer on the Net — whether that computer is located down the hall, down the street, or halfway around the world.
ATEN Matrix KVM Switches are designed for modern data centers that require reliable, high security access and control of multiple servers. With non-blocked access and flexible expansion support, Matrix KVM switches offer high quality video sessions for secure, real-time control of your entire data center devices.
In the modern data centers, enterprise level corporations require a solution that reduces IT operation costs at the same time that it increases IT productivity. Now, ALTUSEN offers just that with a complete web-enabled Centralized IT Infrastructure Management Solution for convenient, economical, centralized remote access and management of your IT devices in multiple data centers and distributed remote offices.
ATEN Cat 5 KVM Switches allow you flexibility in the number of buses and users they support and the number of KVM ports they provided. From SMBs to server rooms, there is an ATEN Cat 5 KVM Solution for every data center of any size, in any location.
With limited server room space and rising maintenance costs, network administrators are now more than ever looking for solutions that reduce both costs and space requirements. ATEN LCD KVM Switches offer a spacesaving, streamlined approach to KVM switching technology by integrating an LCD panel, full keyboard, and touchpad into a 1U rack-mountable sliding housing. The LCD display is built into the cover and keyboard and touchpad are built into the base. Slide the KVM module out, flip the cover up, and you’re ready to take control.
ATEN Power Over the NET™ products offer outlet level control combined with remote access to give IT administrators the ability to power control devices attached to the unit from practically any location via a TCP/ IP connection. With support for realtime power status measurement, Power Over the NET™ devices enable administrators to monitor the current, voltage and power consumption of their IT equipment, either at the PDU or outlet level, minimizing the power cost of running their equipment; and ensuring high levels of system availability for server rooms of all sizes.
Serial Over the NET™ products are control units that provide both In-Band and Out-of-Band remote serial access to up to 16 servers or other serial IT devices (hubs, routers, power management devices, etc.), via a Telnet or SSH TCP/ IP connection. Serial Over the NET also provides one port Serial Device Server that supports RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 data transfers, as well as providing Ethernet connectivity for a wide variety of serial devices used in commercial applications. These include industrial control, data acquisition, access control, environment monitoring, banking, telecoms, remote site management, etc. This total serial data transfer system transforms the capability of legacy serial devices, and allows them to take advantage of the speed and reliability of today's modern communication techniques.