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Today’s digital, enterprise-class KVM offer many benefits over older analog systems, including:

Digital is distinctly better

Digital technology improves users’ experiences by providing crystal-clear images at any supported distance. HD video is delivered pixel by pixel to digital displays at higher resolutions and increased color depth.

Digital systems are scalable

Larger Digital KVM matrix systems, such as the DKM, increase flexibility and enable connecting to a much higher number of endpoints. Hundreds of users and devices can be incorporated into one unified system. On a direct connect digital KVM matrix system, I/O ports are interchangeable making changes and adds as simple as plugging a device into a port.

Signal switching is fast

Digital KVM systems provide instantaneous signal switching with no delay. This means that people can rapidly access new systems, which is especially important in fast-paced environments such as broadcasting and command and control rooms.

Expanded peripheral options

Digital KVM matrix switch systems feature improved USB support and compatibility with most other USB devices on the market: touchscreens, keyboards, mice, and advanced control surfaces. RS-232 and audio are also supported. This means that more device types can be supported, enabling the digital KVM system to support more applications.

Higher resolutions

Future-proof systems accommodate support for WQXGA (2560 x 1600) and 4K/UHD (3840 x 2160). Wherever users need pixel-perfect image transmission, they can get it via CATx or fiber cabling and send USB, serial, and digital audio signals.


The DCX Digital KVM Matrix Switches Series enables you to locate your critical computing hardware in a secure and temperature controlled environment away from the user workstation while maintaining the same user desktop experience. These switches enable transmission of single-link DVI video up to 1920 x 1200 at 60Hz, USB HID, and embedded audio over a single CAT6 or greater cable.

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