KVM Switch

This edition: Kentrox Q2300 Ethernet QoS Access Routers, Aten Technology Matrix KVM, Ontrack Data Recovery PowerControls 2.1 and Sony Electronics Professional Disc for Data.

June 24, 2004

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Kentrox Q2300 Ethernet QoS Access Router Businesses requiring VoIP (voice over IP) services should check out Kentrox's Q2300 Ethernet QoS Access Router for Ethernet, DSL and cable. It includes an IP access router, default QoS (Quality of Service) settings, up to 100 VPN tunnels and a stateful packet-inspection firewall with intrusion detection, all managed from a customizable Web interface easy enough for nontechnical personnel to set up. $895. Kentrox, (800) 733-5511, (503) 643-1681. www.kentrox.com

Ontrack Data Recovery PowerControls 2.1 Ontrack Data Recovery is shipping version 2.1 of its Ontrack PowerControls mailbox-recovery software, which makes it possible for organizations to upgrade internal controls to comply with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act governing financial reporting. Ontrack simplifies records management and storage, disaster-recovery controls, and e-mail retention and storage. Additionally, old e-mail records can be copied from an unmounted Microsoft Exchange Server .edb source file onto local drives or even into non-e-mail systems using the new export feature. Contact vendor for pricing. Ontrack Data Recovery. www.ontrack.com/powercontrols

Sony Electronics Professional Disc for Data Sony has reintroduced optical storage for its ProData format in blue laser drives. ProData drives use blue laser technology to create 23 GB of storage capacity on a single-sided disc. With advertised read and write speeds of 11 MB per second and 9 MB per second, respectively, the drives are designed specifically for professional storage apps. Starts at $2,995 (for drive, software and one piece of rewritable media). Sony Electronics, (800) 352-7669. www.sony.com/prodata

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