What to do, when everyone relies on you: The unsung Control Room operator

What to do, when everyone relies on you: The unsung Control Room operator

As a control room operator, you need to maintain a bird's eye view of what is happening around you. In front of your eyes are a multitude of screens, each one giving you real-time access to the information you need, status updates, data feeds from plants and machinery or critical system information. All this vital information requires an instant response from you.

In times such as these, control room operators may have considered working remotely, but a myriad of completely valid queries have posed doubt.

‘How can I control a system or configure a server remotely?’

‘How do I access hundreds of servers from a remote location?’

‘How can I get the same KVM performance that I use at work?’

‘How can I ensure security?’

…plus, the real weighty consideration “I like the coffee at the office!”

The good news is that the ADDERLink™ ipeps range allows you to do all that and more (apart from the coffee, of course!).

You can remotely access and control your critical computing hardware, using your standard IP network, and enable secure WAN access with the same performance as a local KVM connection.

You can also…

  • Grant authorized users’ full control to reboot or switch a system remotely
  • Get out-of-band, cascaded access to hundreds of servers
  • Securely view and edit HD video from anywhere in the world as if you were locally connected to the target computer.
  • Enjoy high security: compliant with universal enterprise-grade security standards (AES 256-bit encryption and RSA 2048-bit public key authentication) from RealVNC

We might not be able to solve your coffee issue, but when it comes to remote connectivity – we’ve got you covered. 😊

Have a brew while you view the range here, or for more information, visit www.adder.com/getconnected



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