Secure Office - Desktop computers access secure networks (like SIPR and JWICS) and unsecure networks (like the public Internet).
Secure Office - Desktop computers access secure networks (like SIPR and JWICS) and unsecure networks (like the public Internet).
Back Office - 1-3 racks with servers and network hardware.
- Supply reliable power
- Manage power and equipment remotely
- Prevent data loss
- Source TAA-compliant products for GSA schedule purchases
Network/Server UPS Systems
System Availability: Network/server UPS systems provide superior protection for critical systems. SmartPro UPS systems offer line-interactive operation with automatic voltage regulation. Select SmartPro models provide pure sine wave output and support optional battery packs to extend backup runtime to match any requirement.
Efficiency: High-efficiency operation reduces energy use and operating costs.
Management: Convenient front-panel controls report conditions via LEDs or LCD. Built-in USB and/or serial ports connect to computers for local or remote management. Optional network management cards enable standalone remote management via SNMP, Web, SSH or telnet.
TAA Compliance: A full range of TAA-compliant SmartPro line-interactive UPS systems and battery packs is available. NAFTA-compliant UPS systems are also available.
Cables and Connectors
Connectivity: Connect computers, storage, networks, displays, peripherals and power. Solutions include cables, adapters, extenders, splitters, switches, hubs, couplers and converters for a wide variety of standards, including USB, FireWire®, DVI, HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort, Ethernet, SCSI, SATA, SAS, Fibre Channel, serial, Cat3, Cat5/5e, Cat6/6a, T1, CX4, singlemode fiber, multimode fiber, OM3 fiber, SFP+ and AC power.
System Availability: Products are tested and certified to ensure reliable operation and compatibility with the latest standards.
IP Console Servers
Management: Provide secure remote access to servers, routers, network switches and other devices. Manage diverse server and device platforms using a network or dial-up connection. Access more than 1,000 serial- and network-connected devices through a single console from any location.
Security: Access all devices securely with SSH-encrypted tunnels, remote authentication, multi-level access rights management, detailed logging and compliant audit trails.
System Availability: Out-of-band access with automatic failover provides a fail-safe alternative channel for managing critical systems if the local network or Internet connection goes down. Real-time alerts, service processor access and convenient management tools help correct problems before they impair productivity.
Efficiency: Manage diverse platforms and widely dispersed IT assets with fewer personnel and less equipment. Reduce costly service calls by configuring, troubleshooting and rebooting devices remotely.
Organization: Access all devices through a single IP address, adding new connections as needed. Label and organize device gateways.
TAA Compliance: A full range of TAA-compliant IP console servers is available.
System Availability: "Basic" models distribute power to multiple devices from a UPS system, generator or utility (mains) source. They're essentially multi-outlet power strips built for heavy-duty applications, data center reliability and horizontal or vertical rack installation. "Metered" models add digital load meters for local current monitoring, which facilitates load balancing and helps prevent overloads. "Monitored" models have digital load meters and add an Ethernet network interface to enable remote management and send automated alerts that help IT managers prevent accidental overloads, tripped breakers and downtime. "Switched" models have digital load meters, a network interface and add individual outlet control. Individual outlet control helps solve problems faster by remotely rebooting malfunctioning devices. Select PDU models also include dual inputs and an automatic transfer switch to provide redundant power to single-cord devices.
Management: Monitor current/voltage data and control networked PDUs from any location. Connect optional environmental sensors to monitor temperature, humidity and contact closure inputs. Models with individual outlet control can turn connected equipment off and on from any location. Select models also support outlet-level current monitoring for more granular power data to improve planning.
Efficiency: Vertical PDUs install quickly with toolless mounting and without using valuable rack space. Individual outlet control enables energy-saving automated equipment idling and reboots unresponsive equipment without making costly trips to remote sites.
Portable Air Conditioning Units
Cooling: Portable air conditioning units pack 12,000 BTU (3.5 kW) of cooling capacity into a compact 12 x 20-inch footprint. They can focus cold air on overheating racks and hot spots through a flexible output duct or direct area cooling through adjustable louvers. They supplement inconsistent HVAC operation by ensuring that equipment operates in an environment with a consistent temperature. Fluctuations in temperature can actually be more damaging to equipment than high temperatures.
System Availability: Powerful cooling prevents equipment failures and malfunctions caused by temperature fluctuations and overheating. Units restart automatically after power outages and resume operation with previous settings.
Efficiency: Close-coupled cooling can focus on hot spots to solve heat-related problems without reducing the temperature of the entire room. Installation is quick, simple and does not require a disruptive construction project or the costly services of an electrician, plumber or HVAC specialist. Self-contained units do not require an external condenser, refrigerant piping, floor drain, water collection tank, wiring or special power connection, so almost anyone can install them almost anywhere.
Management: A control panel with easy-to-read diagnostic LEDs provides local management. An optional remote management accessory allows IT staff to monitor temperatures, receive alerts, access logs, change settings and automate operation over the network from any location.
Management: Access and control hundreds of servers from a single keyboard/monitor/mouse console. Select models include a built-in console with an LCD monitor that folds like a laptop and slides into a 1U drawer for convenient storage and rack-side access. Models with built-in IP remote access extend server control over the network.
Security: Multilevel password protection, remote authentication and access rights management facilitate secure access for multiple user groups. Advanced encryption keeps network connections secure. Detailed activity logging provides an audit trail for regulatory compliance.
System Availability: Quick, easy and structured server access reduces mean time to recovery for critical systems and services. BIOS-level access permits troubleshooting even when a server's operating system is unresponsive. Support for common hardware standards ensures superior compatibility in multiplatform environments. Server-resident software is not required, so server performance and reliability are never compromised.
Efficiency: Consolidating server access through a single console eliminates the cost of additional workstations and the energy, space and resources required to support them.
Organization: Select models support an advanced on-screen display with convenient features like custom port labeling, auto-scanning and panel array mode to ease multi-server management in high-density environments.
Cooling: Optional Cat5 (UTP) cabling reduces cable clutter and improves rack airflow.
TAA Compliance: A full range of TAA-compliant KVM switches is available.
Organization: SmartRack enclosures store up to 48U and 3,000 lb of standard 19-inch rack equipment. A variety of widths and depths are available, with many options for customization. Features like preassembly, quick-adjust rails, modular side panels and toolless mounting of PDUs make installation and configuration tasks quicker and easier. Enclosures also support toolless mounting of a variety of horizontal and vertical, internal and external cable managers.
Cooling: SmartRack enclosures are designed to handle the heat load of modern servers and network hardware. Massive front-to-rear airflow exceeds server manufacturer requirements.
Security: All doors and panels lock securely to prevent unauthorized equipment access. Physical equipment security helps to comply with regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and PCI-DSS. Options include combination locks, multiple access levels and magnetic door switch kits that detect enclosure entry and support remote notification.
TAA Compliance: A full range of TAA-compliant rack enclosures is available.
Desktop UPS Systems
System Availability: Reliable power and battery backup keep equipment operating through abnormal voltages and power outages. Line-interactive models with automatic voltage regulation (AVR) correct abnormal voltages without switching to battery, reducing battery wear and depletion.
Equipment Protection: In addition to protecting equipment from power failures and voltage irregularities, all models provide strong protection against damaging surges and electromagnetic (EMI/RFI) line noise on the AC power line. Select models also provide data line surge protection for telephone, Ethernet and coaxial lines.
Data Protection: Conditioned power reduces computer errors, equipment malfunctions and data corruption. During extended blackouts, free PowerAlert software saves open files and provides safe unattended system shutdown before backup power runs out.
Efficiency: ECO-UPS™ systems with Green Outlet™ technology cut power to idle equipment connected to designated energy-saving outlets when the host computer is turned off or enters standby mode. This prevents "phantom" or "vampire" loads from wasting electricity.
Management: Convenient front-panel controls report conditions via LEDs or an LCD status screen. Most models include built-in USB and/or serial ports that connect to computers for local management or centralized remote management with free PowerAlert software. Models with HID-compliant USB ports also support the built-in power management utilities of most desktop computer operating systems.
TAA Compliance: A full range of TAA-compliant UPS systems is available. NAFTA-compliant UPS systems are also available.
Equipment Protection: With the strongest UL-verified surge protection ratings in their class, Tripp Lite surge protectors defend equipment against damaging surges and electromagnetic (EMI/RFI) line noise on the AC power line. They're perfect for HDTVs, audio/video equipment, computer peripherals, office equipment, small appliances and task lighting. Select models also provide data line protection.
Reliability: Tripp Lite surge protectors are built to last, with rugged housings that stand up to demanding environments and dependable components that keep working long after competitors have burned out.
TAA Compliance: Several TAA-compliant surge protectors are available.
Connectivity: Connect high-resolution video sources (with or without audio) to local or remote displays with direct-connect cables, over Cat5 extenders, splitters and switches. Choose from a wide range of solutions to complete any display, digital signage or distributed video installation. Supported standards include VGA, DVI, HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort and analog video.
Efficiency: Reduce costs by using nonproprietary solutions to make use of existing skills, cabling and equipment.
Management: Control video sources from a central location while distributing content to displays throughout a facility.
Security: Deliver high-resolution video over long distances while the source remains hidden from sight and protected from tampering.
Reliability: All models are tested and certified to ensure reliable operation and compatibility with the latest standards. Direct-connect cables are backed by a lifetime limited warranty.
TAA Compliance: A full range of TAA-compliant display solutions is available.
NIAP-Certified Secure KVM Switches
Management: Secure KVM switches control up to four computers from a single keyboard/monitor/mouse console.
Security: Secure KVM switches models provide superior data protection for government/defense agencies, contractors and other users who require secure switching between computers operating on different secure and unsecure networks.
Efficiency: Accessing multiple computers through a single console eliminates the cost of additional equipment and the energy, space and resources required to support it.
Organization: KVM switches accommodate multiple systems in less space with reduced clutter.
TAA Compliance: All secure KVM switches are GSA/TAA compliant.