Remote Access to Single Computer

Flexible Access

  • Instantaneous secure LAN/WAN access to distributed, critical computer systems
  • Consolidates access views into single pane of vision
  • Shared access: multiple users may connect to a single computer 
  • Access point for local user, aiding equipment maintenance activities (dual access module only)

Secure Access

  • Manage systems remotely in real-time and with zero loss of data 
  • Enable collaboration across teams of operators with specified access rights
  • Grant authorized users full control to reboot or switch a system remotely

Easy Integration

  • Platform agnostic, no drivers or software required
  • Small form factor that may be placed on desktop or rack mounted
  • Modules are available with VGA and DVI video connectors
  • VNC open-source technology enables straightforward integration with third party systems

Virtual Network Computing (VNC)

  • VNC enables users to remotely access and control another computer over a network connection.
  • VNC technology ensures that the operator can instantaneously and securely access remote critical computer systems using LAN or WAN links

ADDERLink IPEPS VGA

The ADDERLink® IPEPS VGA enables you to remotely access and control your critical computing hardware using your standard IP network. KVM connections are VGA and PS/2. Using RealVNC client software, computers outside the network can be remotely and securely accessed.

ADDERLink IPEPS VGA Dual Access

The ADDERLink® IPEPS VGA Dual Access enables you to remotely access and control your critical computing hardware using your standard IP network. KVM ports are also provided for local console access. KVM connections are VGA and PS/2. Using RealVNC client software, computers outside the network can be remotely and securely accessed.

ADDERLink IPEPS DVI

The ADDERLink® IPEPS DVI enables you to remotely access and control your critical computing hardware using your standard IP network. KVM connections are DVI and USB. Using RealVNC client software, computers outside the network can be remotely and securely accessed.