Lantronix launches new vSLM to integrate and manage IT equipment
Nov 14, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Lantronix, Inc., a provider of smart M2M connectivity solutions, has launched its new vSLM, or Virtual Secure Lantronix Management Appliance, a master control center designed to integrate and manage IT equipment in the enterprise.
The new vSLM, a follow-on virtual software version of the current rack-mountable SLM appliance, is a 'master control center' that integrates equipment connected by Lantronix console servers, KVMs, and remote power managers. vSLM also supports access and management of non-Lantronix devices such as servers and other network devices. Through a centralized point of access and common interface, it enables administrators to manage and access equipment in the enterprise.
The vSLM Highlights include: Virtualized central management appliance, VMware compatible, Consolidates management of IT infrastructure, Maintains a secure central point of access for all equipment, Reduces troubleshooting and repair time, Dynamically discovers devices on local or remote subnets, Minimizes total cost of ownership and administrative resources, Maximizes equipment up-time.
"Making life easier for IT professionals has been the cornerstone of the Lantronix value proposition," said Mak Manesh, vice president of product management for Lantronix. "Our new vSLM embodies that value proposition - providing the ability for customers to leverage their existing equipment, but still enjoy the same robust functionality and ease-of-use the market has come to know from Lantronix."
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