Register for Evolutionary KVM Trends Webinar

Over the past several decades, KVM technology has helped move servers — along with their noise, heat and space consumption — out of the control room. It also enabled many to access multiple physical servers, sharing resources in a “virtual access” manner.

Blackbox Evolutionary KVM Trends Webinar will feature John Hickey, Senior Director of R&D and KVM Systems at Black Box, as the key speaker. Though the webinar you can learn how to future-proof your control room investments and about the future of KVM and system management.

John Hickey was responsible for Black Box’s world-wide KVM business Prior to Black Box, and is the founder and CEO of Cloudium Systems, which developed integrated KVM and Virtualization technology before its acquisition by Black Box in 2016. Earlier in his career, John was VP of Engineering & Strategy in Avocent Corporation. He was focused on high-performance KVM and was responsible for creation of the award-winning and industry-leading AMX and HMX families. He was also Director of Engineering Switching products for 3Com leading the development of 10/100 and Gigabit switches and routers. John is the holder of 22 US-issued patents.

Blackbox's Evolutionary KVM Trends Webinar will take place on Wednesday, March 01, 2017 at 01:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, and last an hour. You can register at by clicking on this link.

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