10/17/2003 - After another marginal decline in 2002, the global market for KVM switching equipment is on pace to grow again in 2003. The primary driver of growth this year is the IP-Based Switch market. These systems use standard internet connections as their switching platform.
KVM Swithes Segmented by Product Category, 2002 (Rank Order by Growth Rate)
Some of the factors driving demand for IP-Based KVM switches include:
Other factors driving the larger market include:
"IP-based KVM switches allow enterprise IT staff to have BIOS-level access anytime, anywhere," said Chris Lanfear, Director, VDC IT Research Practice. "The ability to access, reboot, reconfigure servers located in different data centers, counties or countries is critical. The list of technical and operating requirements driving the need for this capability is very long, and expected to grow. You cannot meet these requirements and deliver this functionality with software alone. The IP-based KVM switch fills a clear need."
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