Lantronix ConsoleFlow Software Named Finalist for Best of Show Award at Interop Tokyo 2019
Lantronix, Inc., Lantronix, Inc. a global provider of secure data access and management solutions, announced that their central management software, ConsoleFlow has been named a finalist for the award for Best of Show at this year’s Interop Tokyo conference being held in Chiba, Japan from June 12 to June 14, 2019.
Interop Tokyo is the leading global Internet technology event and the most comprehensive IT Conference and Expo available. Business and technology leaders attend Interop to get the most up to date information available on key technologies, learn about the latest trends and meet with leading vendors. “We are honored to have been selected a finalist for Best of Show”, stated Jonathan Shipman, Lantronix VP of Strategy. “We thank Interop Tokyo for acknowledging our Out-of-Band solutions for on-premise and cloud-based IT management.”
ConsoleFlow is fully integrated with Lantronix out-of-band management products, enabling IT administrators and network engineers to remotely monitor and manage their IT equipment over broadband and cellular networks from anywhere, at any time. ConsoleFlow is available as a cloud-based software-as-a-service and as a virtual appliance for on-premise deployments.
The latest software release for ConsoleFlow will be exhibited at Interop Tokyo, Booth #4U08 together with the Lantronix SLC 8000 and SLB products, and will provide additional feature enhancements to security, remote access, script management and dial-up modem management.
Lantronix’s out-of-band management solutions, including the modular SLC 8000 Advanced Console Manager, the SLB remote branch office manager, and ConsoleFlow centralized management software are designed to reduce deployment and management complexity and costs while maximizing IT infrastructure uptime. The solutions provide secure out-of-band management that enable an IT organization of any size to remotely monitor, manage and troubleshoot equipment from anywhere while maintaining access to their critical equipment even during network outages.