Raritan announced the combo KVM-over-IP/LCD drawers (DLX2-108-LED, DLX2-116-LED, and DLX2-216-LED) and KVM-over-IP only units (DLX2-108, DLX2-116, and DLX2-216) for its existing Dominion LX II portfolio. With up to 256 connected devices, the new models were designed for IT administration tasks or for organizations with multiple satellite server locations enabling both local and remote access. The virtual media, absolute mouse synchronization, directory server authentication, and PC Share features enable IT personnel to remotely manage computer and serial devices — maximizing uptime while avoiding travel to resolve connectivity issues. All Dominion LX II models offer the ability to administer a wide range of servers, PCs, and laptops with VGA, DVI, HDMI, USB-C, DisplayPort, USB, and PS/2 interfaces. In addition, the integrated combo KVM-over-IP switches enable the management of two or four networking/serial devices via Dominion Serial Access Modules (DSAM). With local at-the-rack access, plus up to two remote users, these eight- or 16-port combo, digital KVM switches provide reliable Java-free BIOS-level control. Additional benefits include HTML5-based HTML KVM client; video performance for 1080p and 1200p video at 15 frames per second; strong TLS, password settings, password retry lockout, and the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES); integration with Active Directory®, LDAP, or RADIUS; and universal Virtual Media™ to transfer files, load software, and boot an OS.