Solutions for Infrastructure Management: From Serial-to-Ethernet to USB-over-Ethernet and More
Engin Gümüsel, Technical Sales Engineering; Digi International
June 19, 2020 - 10:00-10:45 am Central European Time
Learn about communication solutions for infrastructure management for a wide range of application needs, including in the industrial, retail, logistics and medical spaces.
Digi has a long history of providing leading-edge products to keep existing data-wiring viable and reduce the need for expensive re-cabling. These include products designed for network management, with connectivity and out-of-band access into the data center, or to devices at the network’s edge. Digi’s Infrastructure Management (IM) line delivers a range of solutions to support networks of any size, anywhere, including external serial servers, solutions for secure access and management of servers and network devices, and devices for access and monitoring of USB and serial devices over TCP/IP networks.
This informative, 45-minute webinar (followed by Q&A) will show:
- How the world of infrastructure management is changing, with increased security and reliability requirements that demand the most resilient solutions.
- An overview of Digi console access servers: These solutions provide secure and intelligent console access to critical data center assets and infrastructure such as routers, servers, switches, power controllers and storage.
- An overview of Digi serial servers and serial cards: These devices connect critical equipment to applications and enable port expansion in small workspaces and specialized server/PC environments.
- An overview of Digi USB devices: These solutions provide options for directly connected USB and USB-over-IP for use with virtualized or remote systems, with compact connectivity options for small form-factor computers in commercial and industrial applications.
Attendees will learn about the Digi Infrastructure Management offering, and understand some of the real-world applications in retail, logistics, medical and industrial environments.
Join us on Friday, June 19, 2020 at 10:00-10:45 am Central European Time