ADDERView CATxIP range of KVM and KVM over IP switches grant up to 5 simultaneous users LAN and WAN access to control up to 24 computers at the BIOS level, from any global location. These high density, small form factor switches can be rack mounted and offer 8,16 or 24 ports to provide local, remote and global access for users who need to control multi-platform operating systems and hardware.

Comparison of CATx products

  • Control of up to 24 multi-platform servers: local and remote access via LAN or WAN
  • Connection options: CATx cabling or IP
  • High performance USB, video and audio
  • Small form factor units
  • Flexible Plug and Play installation: easy set up complemented by multi-platform support and flexible expansion
  • Security Options: through CATx cabling or authentication and encryption
  • Optional Serial Console Support: connection via CATx-CONSOLE CAM

ADDERView LCD Trays are alternative products which combine rack drawers with pre-integrated CATx switches. This range includes the ADDERView RDX 1000, RDX 1000IP and RDX 5000IP.  Compatible rackmount kit options are also available.

ADDERView® CATx 1000

The ADDERView CATx 1000 is a high density, small form factor KVM switch that provides local and remote access for a user that wishes to control up to 16 multi-platform servers using neat and convenient CATx cables. 

ADDERView® CATx 4000

The ADDERView CATx Series is a range of secure, KVM via CATx switches that provide 4 concurrent local, remote or global users with BIOS-level control of up to 24 multiplatform servers.

ADDERView® CATxIP 5000

ADDERView CATxIP 5000 product is a high density, fully featured KVM over IP switch enabling up to 5 simultaneous local, remote and global users to access and control computers at BIOS level. A combination of USB console support, global IP access and a full KVM feature set ensure high-performance, flexible switching of USB and video signals.

ADDERLink® ipeps

The ADDERLink ipeps 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.