Selectel Data Center in Moscow Protected by IP-Based Cisco Video Surveillance and Access Control System
Integrated Security System Designed and Installed by ARMO-LINE
MOSCOW Nov. 29, 2010 Cisco today announced that Selectel, one of the largest and fast-growing data center networks in Russia, has deployed a Cisco® Connected Physical Security solution providing integrated video surveillance and access control at the company's new data center in Moscow.
The new Selectel data center offers its customers a wide range of telecom services such as the collocation of servers and the leasing of physical and virtual dedicated servers. It occupies a space of more than 500 square meters. This is the first integrated physical security system project using Cisco equipment and software implemented by ARMO-LINE, a Cisco Premier Certified Partner in Russia. The project was delivered in four months and included the design, installation and integration of security systems and their commission.
Key Facts / Highlights:
- With a total area of 500 square meters, the data center comprises a 300-square-meter server room, 80 telecommunication cabinets, a number of precision air conditioners and uninterruptible power supply clusters. The security systems cover the data center itself, offices and warehouse premises.
- The integrated security system for the data center is based on the Cisco Physical Access Control software and hardware solution, underpinned by the Cisco Physical Security Access Manager software, Cisco Physical Access Gateway, and Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform servers. The integrated software solution enables flexible access control configuration and management, security system monitoring, and integration with various IT applications.
- For the deployment of the video surveillance system, ARMO-LINE experts used Cisco Video Surveillance Manager. Cisco Video Surveillance Manager collects and routes video streams from the system's IP cameras; provides archiving, data backup and security; and makes it possible to sort the archive by events, movements, operator commands and automated video surveillance monitoring tours. The integration of video and access control systems allows immediate visual verification of alarms in the access system
- Cisco Video Surveillance 2500 Series IP Cameras installed throughout the Selectel premises capture high-quality images under various lighting conditions and are supported by Power over Ethernet technology. In addition, Cisco video cameras have built-in microphones and can transmit audio signals via the IP channel. The cameras are equipped with a specially designed motion detection and event notification, which alerts the security system operator to any movement in the surveillance areas.
- In order to provide the necessary level of security, a specially designed lock chamber is available at the data center for general control and authorization of the staff and visitors. This lock chamber validates the identification of newly arrived persons and, if they are not permitted access to the data center, temporarily locks them inside. The chamber consists of two interrelated doors, with the exit door opening only once the entry door is closed and locked, and system confirms that the visitor has the right of passage. During the security system installation, two Cisco Physical Access Control Gateways were programmed with chosen operation algorithms and installed in the lock chamber.
- The data center is further protected against unauthorized movement in its territory by means of RFID readers from HID and, at the entrance to the specially protected areas, biometric readers from ZK Software. The security system of the Selectel data center also uses solenoid locks from Gianni and magnetic contact door opening alarms from Smartec. To ensure operation of the security equipment during power shortages, ARMO-LINE has also provided the site with uninterruptible power supply units from APC and Altronix.
To learn more about Cisco Connected Physical Security, please visit: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6712/index.html.
Russia, Cisco, physical security, video surveillance, access control
RSS Feed for Cisco:
Selectel data center network was founded in 2007 and is now a fast-growing enterprise in the Russian telecom services market. Currently the company owns two cutting edge data centers in St. Petersburg, one in the Leningrad region and one in Moscow, with the total area of over 7000 m2 and total power of over 5.5 MW. Selectel offers its customers a wide range of services, including server and telecom cabinets lease-out, colocation in the data center and lease-out of dedicated server equipment; lease of communication channels, as well as data center design and construction.
ARMO-LINE engineering company, part of ARMO Group, specializes in design, installation and commissioning of internal building engineering systems as well as their automation and dispatching control. The main activity of ARMO-LINE is implementation of engineering and construction projects for corporate customers. The company boasts a large number of successfully completed projects on providing engineering systems for bank offices, shopping malls, chain stores, hotels, data centers, and office and warehouse complexes.
Cisco, (NASDAQ: CSCO), the worldwide leader in networking that transforms how people connect, communicate and collaborate, this year celebrates 25 years of technology innovation, operational excellence and corporate social responsibility. Information about Cisco can be found at http://www.cisco.com. For ongoing news, please go to http://newsroom.cisco.com. Cisco equipment in Russia is supplied through its authorized channel partners by Cisco Systems International BV, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cisco Systems, Inc.
# # #
Cisco and the Cisco logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and certain other countries. A listing of Cisco's trademarks can be found at www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company. This document is Cisco Public Information.
Most Recent NewsHow The Internet Is Preserving Korea's Cultural Heritage
By Amy Cortese 5/21/2013
Why Power Companies are Delving into Data
By Jason Deign 5/20/2013
Senior Executives Say Cloud-Based Collaboration Leads to Higher Business Performance