GVR Report cover KVM Switch Market Size, Share & Trends Report

KVM Switch Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Component (Standard Desktop, High Performance, In-rack KVM, KVM-over-IP), By Switch Type, By Enterprise Size, By End-use, By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2023 To 2030

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A KVM switch is a hardware device that allows a user to control multiple computers from a single keyboard, video display, and mouse. Essentially, it allows users to switch between multiple computer inputs using a single set of peripherals. Factors such as increased demand for efficient and cost-effective data center management and the growing adoption of cloud-based solutions are expected to drive market growth. Moreover, the increasing demand for remote access presents significant growth opportunities for the market.

Some of the recent developments in KVM switches are the introduction of digital, IP-Based, and USB KVM switches. Digital KVM switches use digital video signals instead of analog signals. They provide better video quality, and their performance is not affected by distance, noise, or interference. IP-based KVM switches use the internet to connect to the computers they control. They allow remote access to computers, which is particularly useful for system administrators. USB KVM switches allow USB devices to be shared between multiple computers. This is useful for devices such as printers, scanners, and external hard drives.

In May 2023, VuWall Technology Inc., a company specializing in video wall control systems and unified visualization solutions, announced that it will showcase two new products at InfoComm 2023. The first product is the PAK KVM feature, which will be introduced as part of version 3.5 of the TRx centralized management platform. The second product is the VuStream 350 IP KVM encoder.

The benefits of using KVM switches are increased productivity, cost & space savings, improved security, and remote management. KVM switches allow users to control multiple computers from a single console, thus they help to increase productivity and efficiency, as users can quickly switch between different systems without the need to switch peripherals. KVM switches help reduce the costs associated with managing multiple computers, as they eliminate the need for additional peripherals, such as keyboards, mice, and monitors.

KVM switches improve security by allowing users to switch between multiple computers without the need to physically move between them, reducing the risk of unauthorized access. Many KVM switches include remote management capabilities, which allow IT staff to manage and control servers and other devices from a remote location, reducing the need for on-site visits.

Based on switch type, the market is segmented into single-user KVM and multi-user KVM. The single-user KVM switch is typically utilized in small-scale installations, such as those found in home offices or remote offices. It provides a single console for a person to access multiple computers. For example, MasterConsole CAT MCCAT18 is a single-user KVM switch that enables access to up to 8 servers. On the other hand, the multi-user KVM switch is designed for larger installations and data centers that require several users to manage multiple servers or computers. For instance, the Paragon II UMT1664 can accommodate up to 16 users accessing up to 64 servers.

In December 2022, ATEN INTERNATIONAL Co., Ltd., a prominent provider of AV/IT (Audio Video/Information Technology) management & connectivity solutions, launched the CS22HF 2-Port USB FHD HDMI Cable KVM Switch. This switch enables users to easily switch between two computers by simply pressing a button. With the setup of a desktop console and a single set of keyboard, mouse, and display, users can control two computers via HDMI and USB connections. The compact design of the CS22HF helps to declutter desktop space while providing FHD viewing quality to enhance work performance.

KVM Switch Market Segmentation

  • By Component

    • Standard Desktop

    • High Performance

    • In-rack KVM

    • KVM-over-IP

    • Others

  • By Switch Type

    • Single-User KVM

    • Multi-User KVM

  • By Enterprise Size

    • Large Enterprises

    • SME

  • By End Use

    • IT & Telecom

    • BFSI

    • Industrial

    • Government & Public Sector

    • Healthcare

    • Media & Content Provider

    • Others

Key players


  • Fujitsu

  • D-Link Corporation

  • Dell Inc.

  • Schneider Electric

  • Vertiv Group Corp.

  • Eaton

  • Network Technologies Inc

  • Adder Technology Ltd


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