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DELL Dell Server Interface Module - TAA compliant

Dell Server Interface Module - TAA compliant
Dell Server Interface Module - TAA compliant
The USB 2.0 Virtual Media SIP (Server Interface Pod) with CAC (Common Access Card) from Dell support is a high-resolution USB2-based SIP that supports Virtual Media (VM) and smart cards/CAC. It provides full speed ... Full Description
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Dell Server Interface Module - TAA compliantThe USB 2.0 Virtual Media SIP (Server Interface Pod) with CAC (Common Access Card) from Dell support is a high-resolution USB2-based SIP that supports Virtual Media (VM) and smart cards/CAC. It provides full speed (12 Mbps) throughput that allows the administrator to remotely install/patch software, saving valuable time. In addition, the USB2/VM/CAC SIP also enables the multi-factor authentication required in secure environments. Like all Dell SIPs, it converts the keyboard, monitor, and mouse signals from a server and drives them through a single CAT5 cable, eliminating the typical KVM cable management headaches. The USB2/VM/CAC SIP draws its power from the server and has a 'Keep Alive' capability that is designed to keep your server working properly with or without connectivity to the KVM switch.

Manufacturer Part# : DMPUIQ-VMCHS-G01 | Dell Part# : A7547276
Highlights

  • Maximum widescreen resolution of 1680 x 1050 and standard resolution of 1600 x 1200
  • Multi-platform support for USB 2.0 devices
  • Allows Virtual Media Capability and Support Common Access Card with equipment that supports this functionality

Overview
The USB 2.0 Virtual Media SIP (Server Interface Pod) with CAC (Common Access Card) from Dell support is a high-resolution USB2-based SIP that supports Virtual Media (VM) and smart cards/CAC. It provides full speed (12 Mbps) throughput that allows the administrator to remotely install/patch software, saving valuable time. In addition, the USB2/VM/CAC SIP also enables the multi-factor authentication required in secure environments. Like all Dell SIPs, it converts the keyboard, monitor, and mouse signals from a server and drives them through a single CAT5 cable, eliminating the typical KVM cable management headaches. The USB2/VM/CAC SIP draws its power from the server and has a 'Keep Alive' capability that is designed to keep your server working properly with or without connectivity to the KVM switch.

Manufacturer Part# : DMPUIQ-VMCHS-G01
Dell Part# : A7547276
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