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Hexagrid Joins Open Virtualization Alliance with KVM-Based Cloud Computing Platform

July 8, 2011 by · Comments Off on Hexagrid Joins Open Virtualization Alliance with KVM-Based Cloud Computing Platform 

Hosting ServicesSt. Louis, Missouri – Hexagrid Computing, a leading developer of cloud enablement solutions, announces participation in the Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA), a consortium committed to fostering the adoption of open virtualization technologies, including Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM).

“Hexagrid enthusiastically joins the OVA in support of KVM technology,” said Suresh Mandava, CEO of Hexagrid Computing.  “Having recently received the Cloud Computing World Series Award for Best Virtualization Product, we credit KVM for providing a solid foundation upon which Hexagrid can build innovative cloud solutions. The future of KVM is bright and Hexagrid is excited to be aligned with its success.” Read more

Digi Releases Dual Purpose KVM over IP, Console Management Device

February 24, 2009 by · Comments Off on Digi Releases Dual Purpose KVM over IP, Console Management Device 

Webmaster NewsMINNETONKA, Minn. – Digi International (NASDAQ: DGII) today introduced the Digi Passport I-KVM, a pocket-sized, cost effective tool that allows IT personnel to easily manage remote servers and remote network equipment. The Digi Passport I-KVM provides KVM over IP and console management functionality allowing users to manage remote servers via KVM over IP while simultaneously managing another device like a router through a serial console port. It is ideal for accessing and managing servers and network equipment at remote locations such as remote offices, remote retail locations and remote educational/lab facilities. It is also ideal for managing equipment housed at hosting companies and for cost-effectively IP enabling analog KVMs.

Loyola College’s IT department uses the Digi Passport I-KVM to manage a server in a closet located in a remote building on its campus. Patrick Reavey, senior systems engineer for Loyola, comments: “We can see a lot of uses for this device throughout our campus. The low cost and scalability will allow us to add more units as needed. It was very easy to set up and has proven extremely reliable. We also no longer need to conduct regular site visits to manage the server. This has saved us time and made us more efficient.” Read more

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