Latest remote management solutions from Raritan
Raritan today introduced remote management solutions for accessing and managing IT equipment typically found in branch offices and other remote sites. Using IP connections, the new Raritan Dominion XRO solution enables IT administrators to lower the cost of maintaining equipment installed in remote offices, while providing the security features required to meet today’s ever-increasing security mandates.
Designed to support typical branch office configurations, the Dominion XRO is a complete turnkey solution to manage a branch office for US$1,700. The space-saving Dominion XRO — which leverages Raritan’s KVM-over-IP, Serial-over-IP and remote power control technologies — supports up to three servers and up to eight serially managed devices. The same secure Raritan browser-based interface used to manage equipment in data centres is now available to manage branch office equipment.
Canon to release digital colour printing press
The Canon imagePRESS C1 digital colour printing press is one of the company’s newst offerings (it will be officially be introduced next month) with unmatched image quality and colour consistency for the commercial print and graphic arts market. It sets new standards in digital colour proofing quality, consistency, and media versatility.
Utilizing all new technology, here are some of the advanced features the C1 offers the industry:
• The first toner-based colour digital device in its class capable of offset printing quality
• Printing and proofing on a wide variety of media sizes up to 13″ x 19″, including a selection of coated stocks
• The best colour consistency from page-to-page or device-to-device in the industry
• Gloss Optimization incorporates the smallest toner particles in the industry (average size 5.5 microns), which when combined with new fusing technology eliminates the raised toner look (3D effect) on media seen in all other toner based digital colour copier and digital colour printers
ViewSonic gears up for monitors
Previewed at Apple Expo last month, ViewSonic announced the availability of its ViewDock LCD monitors.
The VX1945wm and VX2245wm feature widescreen designs, perfect for watching downloaded video content and providing more screen real-estate. The displays also offer unmatched connectivity, including an iPod docking station, four USB ports and an 8-in-1 card reader, as well as integrated speakers and a subwoofer and a microphone for VOIP applications.
Starting at $369, the displays, deliver high-definition resolutions and a range of connectivity options, all packaged into a stylish monitor, for a lower price than many competitive models.