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  • Southco BLUETOOTH®  Controller3:07

    Southco BLUETOOTH® Controller

    Southco’s EA-BT BLUETOOTH® Controller provides full access control and remote monitoring of intelligent locks without having to wire into a network, or install, manage and maintain software.

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  • Southco at Data Centre World 20172:05

    Southco at Data Centre World 2017

    Considering Rack Level Security? Check out Southco's Electronic Access Solutions as demonstrated at Data Centre World 2017.

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  • Why You Need Rack Level Security In the Colocation Data Center [Infographic]

    Why You Need Rack Level Security In the Colocation Data Center [Infographic]

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  • Countering the Threat of Physical Security Breaches in Colocation Centers

    Countering the Threat of Physical Security Breaches in Colocation Centers

    In today’s world, data is fast becoming the new global currency and as data volumes continue to grow at an exponential rate, the issue of data security continues to cause concern within the...

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  • Rack Level Security for Data Center Cabinets

    Rack Level Security for Data Center Cabinets

    When selecting an electronic access solution for rack level access, the requirements and capabilities of the data center’s existing security system must be evaluated to ensure seamless integration.

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  •  Bluetooth Solutions for Wireless Credential Management and Audit Trail

    Bluetooth Solutions for Wireless Credential Management and Audit Trail

    There are two options for providing access to equipment with Bluetooth lock controllers: by using a smartphone directly, or with existing RFID access credentials.

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  • Electronic Access Solutions Design Guide

    Electronic Access Solutions Design Guide

    Southco's access control devices, intelligent electronic locks and remote monitoring work together to provide a complete solution for electronic access at the equipment level.

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  • Getting Started with Electronic Access Control2:18

    Getting Started with Electronic Access Control

    This video explains how Southco’s electronic locks provide enhanced physical security and access control where it matters the most – at the equipment level.

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  • Securing Restricted Information with Rack Level Security

    Securing Restricted Information with Rack Level Security

    Verification of credentials for access control and, where required, auditing rack level access can prevent costly data breaches and stiff penalties for noncompliance.

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  • Data Center Rack Level Security Minisite

    Data Center Rack Level Security Minisite

    Southco's data center solutions provide physical access control and monitoring at the rack level providing a complete, comprehensive physical security system.

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  • Countering the Growing Threat of Human Error and Physical Security Breaches

    Countering the Growing Threat of Human Error and Physical Security Breaches

    Electronic access solutions combine access control and monitoring functionality with intuitive installation, and allow data centers to enhance the physical security of stored data.

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  • Rack Level Integration With Existing Building Security Systems

    Rack Level Integration With Existing Building Security Systems

    Control data center security, from the facility entrance to the rack level, with Southco’s electronic locking swinghandle with integrated RFID reader and our Security System Integration Kit.

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  • Transitioning From Mechanical to Electronic Locking Devices

    Transitioning From Mechanical to Electronic Locking Devices

    This article explains how engineers can simplify the transition from mechanical locks to electronic access technology by integrating the appropriate Electronic Access Solution into the application.

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  • Standalone Cabinet Level Access Control Solutions

    Standalone Cabinet Level Access Control Solutions

    Southco’s self-contained electronic locking system incorporates access control, electronic lock, electrical override and AA battery supply into a single integrated unit.

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  • Integrating Physical Security at the Rack Level Inside the Data Center

    Integrating Physical Security at the Rack Level Inside the Data Center

    When combined with a building’s existing security system, rack level electronic locks create one cohesive security network can be used across the data center to control access.

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  • Avoiding Costly Penalties and Loss by Securing Datacenters at the Rack Level

    Avoiding Costly Penalties and Loss by Securing Datacenters at the Rack Level

    Electronic access solutions (EAS) allow datacenter managers to easily incorporate intelligent locking throughout the facility – from its perimeter down to its servers.

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  • Southco Product Overview Guide

    Southco Product Overview Guide

    This brochure provides an overview of Southco's product class categories and their features.

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  • Bluetooth Technology: the “Key” to Effective Time-Based Access to Data Centers

    Bluetooth Technology: the “Key” to Effective Time-Based Access to Data Centers

    When connected with cloud-based applications, Bluetooth-enabled devices – like the common smartphone – can be used as a key.

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  • All-In-One Access: The Self-Contained Electronic Locking System

    All-In-One Access: The Self-Contained Electronic Locking System

    Southco offers a broad range of electronic access solutions, from electronic locks and latches, such as the R4-EM Electronic Rotary Latch to access control devices, like the EA-KC2 Membrane...

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  • Securing the Physical Safety of Data

    Securing the Physical Safety of Data

    Electronic access provides a truly traceable access control solution that can be integrated into existing data center security systems, providing one unified physical security system across the facili

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