E Dual-Core KVM Switch

E Mouse Click-Switch

E All-Time Full DDC

E Continuous Fine
@ Tune and Memory

E AV Auto Play Control

E Audio Switching
@ and Processing

E Multi-Function
@ USB Switching

E Programmable
@ Switching Control


Emulation vs DDM (Dynamic Device Mapping)

Relative Patents:
E ZL200910006069.4 (China)
E S\4858920 (Japan)
E I330787
E US 8,135,874 B2 (USA)
E M343864
E M387300
E M396992

Almost all traditional high-end KVM switches are built based on keyboard and mouse emulation technologies to communicate systems connectivity with a KVM switch. However, since the keyboard and mouse signals and their working patents are only "simulated/emulated", it is impossible to have a "super" emulator cover all types of I/O devices. As a result, KVM switch users suffer inconsistent performance and compatibility problems with connected I/O devices.

With June-On's patented DDM (Dynamic Device Mapping) Technology, the communication between shared devices and connected systems is maintained 100% of the time even when switching the shared devices from the controlled systems.

This prevents interruptions in communication between shared devices and connected systems/computers, and reduces wait time when switching KVM ports. As a result, when switching ports there is no more lag time while the computer has to re-recognize the connected devices. DDM technology along with another patented dual-core KVM distribution switching technology has become the most reliable and robust KVM switch core technology in the world.

Products Application :
KVM Switch :
JUR-12+ , JUR-14+ , JUR-18+ , JUR-18+DT , JUD-12+ , JUD-14+ , JUD-18+ , JUD-112+

nFind USB devices tested to be compatible with PLUS series DDM switches


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