Adder Published Articles

Published Articles

We are often asked to provide comment and opinion to industry publications. Sometimes this is in the form of views on an important issue, and sometimes it is a story about Adder, our products and our customers. In this section you will find a selection of published articles covering a variety of subject areas.
Irish Computer
Irish Computer - September 17, 2009

Adder Technology specialises in KVM switches, devices that enable the user to control several computers with just one keyboard, monitor (aka video) and mouse. 

Let's Talk Computers
Let's Talk Computers - August 15, 2009

Tim Conway, Vice President of Adder, talks about their ADDERLink IP, a High Speed KVM over IP device with Real VNC built-in, which provides multi platform remote access to computers and servers in data centers & remote offices.

eWeek
eWeek - May 14, 2009

If you have a small server room with anywhere from a handful up to 20 servers, chances are you need a KVM switch to handle these jobs.

Desktop Engineering
Desktop Engineering - May 3, 2009

Virtualization has made it to prime time. The early adopters are successful, and the driving factors for further adoption—both economic and technological—are so compelling that soon it will be hard to remember enterprise administration without it.

Cabling Business Magazine
Cabling Business Magazine - April, 2009

When people think of Wedgwood, they think of the china patterns of English royalty... and rightly so.

InfoWorld
InfoWorld - March 25, 2009

The ADDERView CATxIP 1000 packs just enough punch at a sweet price for SMBs and remote offices.

Channel Insider
Channel Insider - January 5, 2009

The next-generation KVM doubles as a remote support appliance by incorporating TCP/IP, HTTP Server and VNC support into a single unit that can support as many as 16 servers locally or over the Web.

Processor
Processor - November 21, 2008

Cyberoam Keeps It Together With The ADDERView CATx IP Switch.

Film & Video Magazine
Film & Video Magazine - November 18, 2008
PC/104 and Small Form Factors
PC/104 and Small Form Factors - November, 2008

Products with display extenders allow computers to be placed as far away as possible from industrial displays while maintaining superior picture quality and speed.

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