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08.03.2017, 21:08

Smarter Security Management

Company News, Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM)

Chubb Systems Limited will be showcasing its smart security management software, along with its extensive range of fire safety and security solutions at Data Centre World on 15-16 March at Excel, London. Chubb, a leading provider of security and fire-safety solutions, is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).


Chubb will be demonstrating its powerful fire and security management system – ADACS – which collates data from multiple channels, enabling data centre operators to manage fire safety, security, building controls and power supplies from a single platform. The feature-rich ADACS platform presents real-time information to control access privileges, monitor fire detection and suppression systems, and manage closed-circuit television (CCTV) and monitoring systems installed within the data centre.


Chubb works with data centre operators to tailor solutions to help protect people and assets and to help safeguard data centre uptime. “We use our expertise and the latest security and fire technology to create secure, reliable and compliant solutions,” said Graeme Heanan, managing director, Chubb Systems.


“These solutions provide a first line of defence and early warning of any problems, preventing a small incident from becoming a major issue and limiting downtime to an absolute minimum.”


Visitors to Data Centre World will also be able to see Chubb’s cabinet access management system (CAMS), a safe and secure solution for the management of cabinets and racks. The CAMS allows only authorised personnel access to allocated cabinets and supports compliance with a full auditing capability. Permissions are administered via the Chubb ADACS system giving direct control over access rights.


Chubb’s comprehensive approach includes the design, installation, maintenance and monitoring of: intrusion detection systems; high-performance video surveillance systems linked to a 24/7 CCTV monitoring centre; advanced access control; fire detection systems: gas fire-suppression systems: and high-pressure water mist.


For more information about how Chubb can help data centre operators, visit www.chubbsystems.co.uk.

 

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