WOW! 49 USB ports to sync 49 devices like iPads, iPods, phones or charge a whole lot of things. It’s more for institutions like libraries or IT areas, but still it’s certainly cool!
A desktop station that allows simultaneous syncing for up to 49 iPads or other USB devices changes the way information is managed and distributed by schools and other institutions.
“When combined with our other charging and security solutions, this creates the fastest, most effective, affordable, simultaneous syncing solution for iPad and other technology deployments”
The nation’s leading provider of carts, cabinets and security, Datamation Systems announced new, high-capacity syncing as an addition to its suite of products designed for iPads and other tablet devices.
The DS-IP-49-SYNC acts as a fully powered USB hub for 49 devices. Using a Mac, it can sync with iTunes or other software capable of addressing USB devices. (It can work with Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems, although there may be some software limitations with a non-Mac host.)
Powered by best-in-class USB technology from Cambrionix, this is a durable, professional unit. According to Joe Mazza, Datamation Systems’ Vice President, “It lets you avoid the need to use an array of consumer USB hubs. It can be used for iPads and other USB 2.0 devices, such as tablets, smart phones, and iPods, some of which it can even charge.”
The DS-IP-49-SYNC permits more practical centralized management control in technology deployments and maintenance. A single station in a tech center, library or IT department can quickly sync 49 devices at a time.
“When combined with our other charging and security solutions, this creates the fastest, most effective, affordable, simultaneous syncing solution for iPad and other technology deployments,” said Mazza.
Datamation Systems carts and cabinets are used in thousands of schools, libraries, hospitals and offices.
The new DS-IP-49-SYNC and other products are available from major computer companies or directly from Datamation Systems. Additional information can be found at Datamation’s iPad and Tablet security webpage.