This brochure provides an overview of Southco's product class categories and their features.
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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 s...
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Expanding Remote Enclosure Security with Electronic Access Technology
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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.
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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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.
EAS System Overview
A Southco Electronic Access Solution (EAS) includes four main components.
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.
Securing Mobile Medical Equipment with Electronic Access
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Monitoring and Protecting Retail Assets with Intelligent Electronic Locks
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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.
Getting Started with Electronic Access Control