Nov 15 2013, 3:27am CST | by PR.com
Playa Vista, CA, November 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Belkin, a trusted leader of technology solutions for office, classroom, IT infrastructure, and mobile environments, today announced the expansion of its award-winning secure KVM product line. The new Belkin Secure DVI-I KVM Switch with Secure Desktop Controller Unit (DCU) provides superior peripheral security to government agencies and private sector corporations with multiple security classifications. The new KVM switch offers true data path isolation between systems and networks, the hallmark of Belkin’s Advanced Secure KVM product family.
The Secure DVI-I KVM is equipped with several new features and benefits, as well as all the advanced security features of Belkin’s original award-winning Secure KVM. A key feature of the new KVM switch is DCU support through a designated port. The patented DCU acts as an essential component of all Belkin secure KVM systems.
Belkin’s Secure DVI-I KVM switch supports the Belkin Secure DCU to enable easy remote KVM operation at the user’s desk. Users may also program channel names into the DCU display to improve usability, situational awareness, and security. The DCU enables browsing through available networks, with clear indication of the selected channel through illuminated numbers, and programmable text and colors. With support for four computers and up to displays, it also allows users to extend the distance between the Belkin Secure KVM and the user desktop by up to 50 feet.
Additional key features of Belkin’s Secure DVI-I KVM include:
• New advanced long-life anti-tamper battery provides low self-discharge rate and increased reliability, increasing the life expectancy of the switch to over 15 years.
• Superior security features include unidirectional data paths, dedicated processors for emulation, no shared resources, and USB port protection.
• Common Criteria validated to EAL 4+ (Evaluation Assurance Level 4) to assure the highest level of protection. The product also complies with Protection Profile 2.2.
“We’ve dramatically improved usability, reliability, and security for government systems with the introduction of the new Belkin Secure DVI-I KVM to the Belkin Secure product portfolio,” said Luis Artiz, director of product management, Business Division, Belkin International. “The ability to have a Desktop Control Unit means that the government knowledge worker can move the KVM to a less intrusive location, such as under the desk, and while keeping the switching and clear port identification omnipresent on the desktop. This innovation increase the free space on the desk to help the worker be more effective at their job.”
Belkin’s Secure DVI-I KVM Switch with Secure DCU is now available through the company’s network of authorized channel partners.
Belkin delivers the necessary components for workstation security, as well as every essential accessory and peripheral device to provide a complete, efficient, productive workstation that meets the demands of government use. For more information visit: Belkin Government.
About Belkin Business
Belkin Business, a division of Belkin International, offers technology solutions for office, classroom, IT infrastructure, and mobile environments. A proven technology leader for more than 30 years, organizations worldwide trust Belkin for its unwavering commitment to product quality, and expertise in creating solutions designed to address customer requirements in business, government and education. With a global supply chain and broad provider network, Belkin commands a purchasing power that delivers greater value and unparalleled execution advantages to customers. The company’s line of commercial products are available through Belkin's global network of distributors and resellers. Headquartered in Playa Vista, California, the company is represented in more than 25 countries and can be found on the Web at http://www.belkinbusiness.com.
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