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Hawking's New Switch Allows Multiple Device Control

Hawking Technology Inc. announced its release of the new CS148 8-port KVM switch, available for all PC operating systems.

The switch enables administrators to control up to eight PCs or servers with one keyboard, monitor, and mouse. The switch can be cascaded to three levels, which means that up to 73 units can control up to 512 PCs, all from a single console.

The Hawking Technology family of KVM products includes 2-port, 4-port, and 8-port KVM switches, along with KVM cable.

Contact Hawking Technology, (949) 580-0888, www.hawkingtech.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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