The SCS – Secure Console Server provides a new benchmark in price-performance while offering a level of fault-tolerance and reliability unmatched in the industry and resembles a true Linux network server.
Unlike traditional console servers the SCS operates more like a network server that a network appliance. Modular in design, the core of the SCS is an x86-based computer running GNU/Linux. In addition, the SCS has built in technologies such as 512 MB compact flash drive and support for plug-compatible micro drives. Upon setup the SCS generates a unique set of host keys, a crucial security feature which some traditional console servers lack. Another exceptional feature of Thinklogical’s console server line is full distribution, non-embedded Linux. The SCS is the only console server on the market that is able to integrate into the system and configuration management software programs that are being utilized by an enterprise. This enables users to customize the capacity of the SCS, as well as its level of integration into their particular environment. In addition, users are able to match security technology to fit their processes while modifying and enhancing features to meet their specifications.
Available in 8-, 16-, 32-, and 48- port models that fit in 1U rack space, the SCS provides the layer of security, management, and control over widespread infrastructures that users require.
SCS – Secure Console Server R
SCS-R offers redundant hot-swappable power supplies and access through dual console and network ports.
Thinklogical’s SCS-R series of secure console servers provide server and network management and secure console and integrated power management with enterprise-class security features. Unique to this line of console servers is the redundant AC and DC power supplies (that function in a current sharing mode). The SCS-R power supplies are also hot-swappable; hence users are able to remove a failed power supply while the unit is operating. This ensures that the SCS-R will function even in the event of a single power supply failure. In addition, users have access and control to any combination of serial devices (servers, LAN/WAN devices, routers, workstations) through dual console and network ports. This guarantees high availability, while increasing the time and effectiveness of systems administration and IT staff.
Available in 8-, 16-, 32-, and 48- port models that fit in 1U rack space, the SCS-R provides the layer of security, management, and control over widespread infrastructures that users require.
Sentinel offers high availability – 24 /7/ 365 – with advanced failover architecture. Hot-swappable power supplies, serial device modules, NICs and field replaceable CPU boards.
For distributed “mission critical” networks and IT infrastructures, Thinklogical’s Sentinel series of secure console servers provide users with secure access and control of network devices and servers. Advanced failover architecture integrates additional functionality into the Sentinel series of console servers. Redundant, hot-swappable power supplies allow for uninterruptible power, enabling users to remove a failed power supply while the unit is running. In addition, hot-swappable access modules, NICs and field replaceable CPU boards makes the Sentinel fail-safe, ensuring high availability, while increasing the time and effectiveness of systems administration and IT staff.
Available in 8-, 16-, 24-, 32- port models that fit in 1U rack space, the Sentinel provides the layer of security, management, and control over widespread infrastructures that users require.
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