Press Release Summary:
Controlled serially via Minicom KVM IP gateway, single-port Power on Cable (PoC) targets IT environments that require complete remote support including BIOS level KVM IP access and remote power control. Power commands are sent only to required device, and power cord design facilitates control of several devices through one management interface. To ensure worldwide compatibility, device is rated from 90-260 Vac, 44-66 Hz up to 10 A.
Original Press Release:
Minicom Enhances Out-of-Band Remote Support of Mission Critical IT with Power on Cable(TM) - a Unique Single Port Power Control Device
Minicom Advanced Systems - a leading developer of IT & KVM remote access and management solutions for the server room and datacenter - today announced the launch of a new, Minicom patented single port power control solution. Power on Cable (PoC) is targeted at IT environments that require a complete remote support package of both BIOS level KVM IP access and remote power control. This can include server rooms in which mission critical equipment is handpicked, or ATM machines or unmanned communication centers distributed in far away locations. The PoC is controlled serially via a Minicom KVM IP gateway thus preventing costly mistakes by ensuring the power commands are sent only to the required device. Its unique and robust "power cord" design meets the stringent requirements of cable management in IT environments and makes it extremely easy to slide several units together and control several devices through a single management interface. The PoC has worldwide compatibility featuring 90-260 VAC 44-66 Hz up to 10Amps. making it also ideal for mixed power environments.
"Power on Cable increases IT efficiency in heterogonous environments, where for the most part power monitoring is sufficient, but there are a handful of mission critical servers that require remote power rebooting and switching," says Benny Hayumi, product manager for Minicom. "The PoC fits nicely into the power strategy of the organization by being a complementary solution to the PDU and by adding flexibility when IT budgets are so tight. The open protocol we are providing, enables easy integration with existing management and control systems."
Power on Cable continues Minicom's unique Real Needs approach of controlling costs by adding remote power switching capability as and when it is needed.
To learn more about Power on Cable and Minicom visit www.minicom.com.
Minicom advanced systems is a manufacturer of KVM switches, extenders and access management solutions that facilitate control of corporate IT environments. Minicom is a member of Intel Capital's portfolio of companies and was named in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA. Founded in 1988, Minicom operates in over 70 countries, with headquarters in Israel and regional offices in North America and Europe. In 2009 Minicom established and fully owns Minicom Digital Signage.