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By | Drew Cullen 13th June 2006 15:40

COMPUTERLINKS is even more remote

Signs up Avocent Cyclades

The company formerly known as Unipalm has added remote access and monitoring products from Avocent Cyclades to its distie line-up.

COMPUTERLINKS, as Uniplam is now called, says that the integrated range from Avocent and its recent acquisition, Cyclades, delivers a "complete line of system management tools, console servers, keyboard-video-mouse (KVM) and power control products".

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