Lampertz Announces New Generation IT Security Room
- 12 May, 2009 06:53
<p>Sydney, 12 May 2009</p>
<p>Lampertz, the market leader in the development, manufacture and distribution of physical security technology for IT systems and data, has announced the Lampertz Efficiency Room (LER), a new generation of IT security room infrastructure.</p>
<p>Independently tested and certified, the LER is easily customised to individual user requirements and can be delivered to organisations in less than a month.</p>
<p>Available in two versions, the LER Basic and LER Extend provide a tested system protection against fire (F 90 according to EN 1363), water and dust (IP 56, according to EN 605 29), EMC (tests by RWTH Aachen) and burglary risks (WK 2 according to EN 1627/1630).</p>
<p>However, the LER Extend also limits the temperature increase to a ΔT of 50 K and restricts relative humidity to a maximum of 85 per cent for a defined time period.</p>
<p>Equipped with an ‘efficiency’ kit, data centre and server room managers can tailor the LER solution to their own individual requirements. The package incorporates equipment verifiably tested in hundreds of data centres, including modular room design, door system, soft bulkheads, delivery and installation supervision.</p>
<p>The kit can also be enhanced by adding tried and tested additional data centre infrastructure elements. Pre-configured optional packages include solutions for security, data and network systems engineering, air-conditioning and power supply, fire-alarm and extinguishing technology, and data centre monitoring.</p>
<p>Lampertz GmbH & Co. KG, is a subsidiary of Rittal, a trendsetter in the field of physical data and system security, and one of the foremost suppliers of technical furniture systems. Founded in 1932 in Berlin, the IT security specialist now employs more than 300 people and has global representation with Rittal. Lampertz' range of products and services is aimed at business and IT-manager from the fields of industry, banks, investment societies, insurance agencies, public authorities, organisations, retailing, telecommunications, EDP service providers, providers, the press, the health system and power industry.</p>
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