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Raritan’s SmartLock is a networked, electronic door access and control system designed to deliver audited controlled access to physical sensitive IT assets in the data centers’ white space. It is an economic scalable solution that addresses evolving security requirements for IT applications and regulatory compliance from HIPAA, SOX, PCI DSS 3.2, or SSAE 16.
This universal, vendor agnostic door access and control system will retrofit with any pre-existing white space cabinets and containment while seamlessly integrating with your data center’s technology architecture to:
In addition to physical security at the rack, Raritan offers other intelligent rack solutions that monitor and deliver critical information you need for continued uptime.
Scalable and flexible, the devices are accessible through an existing IT network with any DCIM software or with standard scripting and communication protocols. This allows for fast and easy IP address cascading, network discovery, configuration, and ongoing maintenance.
The SmartLock system is plug-and-play compatible with Raritan’s PX intelligent PDUs. This delivers dual networking and power redundancy options without requiring additional infrastructure wiring. It also ensures uptime while reducing the effort to resolve critical issues when they occur.
Designed to fully integrate and retrofit with the most popular electronic door lock devices, the SmartLock system makes installation and operation simple and economical.
With on-demand door control for defined users or groups, the SmartLock system provides flexible and secure access and control down to cabinet and device levels.
The SmartLock system provides a seamless integration with common access smart cards and other ID management technologies. It delivers multiple levels of security allowing identifiable and authorized personnel access to sensitive IT assets.
Embedded into the SmartLock system is Raritan’s innovative Xerus technology. Xerus enables smart sensing, tracking, and alerting of proactive, real-time information with an automated audit-trail logging of access events.