Remote Access & Reboot
  • Console Management SwitchesConsole Management Switches: Console Port Management Switches provide secure, in-band and/or out-of-band access to RS232 console ports and maintenance ports on UNIX servers, routers and other network equipment.
  • Automatic Redundant Power SwitchingAutomatic Redundant Power Switching: Redundant Power Switches (ATS Automatic Transfer Switches) provide a reliable method of automatically switching equipment to a backup power source.
  • Remote Power SwitchingRemote Power Switching: Remote Power Distribution and Switching allows system administrators to remotely switch ON, OFF or Reboot network equipment and servers.
  • Hybrid Power Switching and Console ManagementHybrid Power Switching and Console Management: Hybrid Console Server Power Switches provide remote access to console ports and allow power on, off or reboot of remote devices over a secure Ethernet or internal modem connection.
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  • Remote Power Distribution and Switching allows system administrators to remotely switch ON, OFF or Reboot network equipment and servers.
  • Vertical Mount Switched and Metered Power Distribution Units: Western Telematic has expanded their NBB Series vertical mount switched PDUs to include both single and dual input 16/32Amp versions. The NBB Series is built for vertical Zero U (0U) installations where rack space is limited
  • New Enterprise Management Software from WTI: The WMU Enterprise Management Software from WTI helps manage all your WTI devices from a single platform. Want to change a username or password across all your devices? Quickly reboot or SSH your network gear? Manage everything from firmware to asset tagging and more with an enterprise software solution for your WTI deployment.
  • VMR Series Remote PDUs With Output Power Metering: The VMR Series outlet metered Power Distribution Units (PDUs) allow secure remote power management of rack mount equipment. Power at each outlet can be remotely switched On or Off and total power usage on each circuit can be graphically displayed to show spikes or drops in current and voltage.