KVM is an abbreviation for Keyboard, Video (monitor) and Mouse, which is sometimes also called an Electronic switch or a PC switch. It offers various applications including to switch, control, and manage many personal computers via a single mouse, monitor, and keyboard. Furthermore, KVM switch is available with various number of ports such as 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 ports.

It offers reduced costs, space, and increases management efficiency. Moreover, there are various type of KVM switches including enumerated KVM switch, multiuser KVM switch, analog KVM switch, digital KVM switch. Indeed, digital KVM switches are used to control servers from varied IP connections located in remote locations, whereas analog KVM switch are used to support varied platforms and technologies that are operated through single direct cable connection between computer and console. Moreover, these are used by various end users such as industries, enterprises, governments, military, and others. 

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KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Switch Market - Competitive Landscape

The KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Switch Market is highly fragmented with various players. Leading market players are focusing on further innovative developments of Keyboard, Video, and Mouse Switches to overcome existing limits and enhance the operational efficiency.

  • In June 2019, Thinklogical announced TLX1280 keyboard, video, and mouse switch. This is one of the largest matrix switch 10G Matrix Switch with 1280 ports. This expected provide switching of USB, AV, IT, KVM, audio, video, and computer peripheral signals.
  • In March 2019, G&D announced the launch of the KVM-over-IP keyboard, video, and mouse switch. This is design to enables highly scalable and flexible distributed switching of computer signals
  • In October 2017, IHSE introduced enterprise level large IHSE Draco tera KVM switching system. Further, this switches expected to offer secure and reliable operation for broadcasters and producers

Fujitsu Ltd.

Founded in 1955, Fujitsu Ltd., a key player in KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Switch Market, is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. It is one of the oldest IT companies which was established after IBM but before Hewlett Packard. The company mainly manufactures computing products. It also offers a wide range of services and products such as enterprise computing, personal computing, advanced microelectronics and telecommunications. Fujitsu Ltd. Is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP

Established in 1939, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP is based in Hanover Street, Palo Alto, California, The U.S. It is one of the leading manufacturer and supplier of optical devices. The company was formed in 2015 after it was spun off from HP Company. The company's CCM services enables enterprise to consolidate, transform, personalize, and measure customer communications at their own pace along with maximizing its existing investments

D-Link Corporation

Founded in 1986, Spectrum Instruments Inc.is headquartered in Dongguan, Guangdong, China. It specialized in providing video surveillance (ip), wireless, storage, switching, smart home ecosystem, and other products. The company has its sales offices throughout the world.

Dell Inc.

 Founded in 1984, Dell Inc. is based in Round Rock, Texas, the U.S. Moreover, the company provides various digital and IT services and products. Dell is a part of the Dell Technologies family of brands. Furthermore, the company has its presence in more than 180 countries worldwide.

APC (Schneider Electric)

Established in 1981, APC (Schneider Electric) is headquartered in West Kingston, RI, the U.S. The company provides protection against some of the leading causes of data loss, and downtime. Moreover, company has its manufacturing facilities on three continents and sales offices are throughout the world. 

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KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Switch Market - Dynamics 

Increasing demand of data centers for ingestion, computation, storage, and management of information

The expansion of small and medium enterprises expected to fuel the demand of the data centers worldwide. These data centers plays vital role of ingestion, computation, storage, and management of information. Further, the increasing demand and investment for data centers anticipated to increase demand of the keyboard, video, and mouse switches 

Increasing demand from emerging countries

In the recent years, the increasing trend of data localization and various government of initiatives of data localization expected to drive growth of data centers. Further expected to increase demand of the KVM switches during forecast period. 

KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Switch Market – Segmentation

On the basis of type, the KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Switch Market can be divided into:

  • Enumerated KVM Switch
  • Multiuser KVM Switch
  • Analog KVM Switch
  • Digital KVM Switch 

On the basis of end-use industry, the KVM (Keyboard, Video, and Mouse) Switch Market can be segregated into:

  • Enterprises
  • Industrial
  • Others

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