IT Systems were located in the basements of the school buildings. SISAB management required a secure, reliable solution that could provide school administrators with more uptime certainty.
Micro data center with Lithium-ion power protection delivered a standardized, integrated solution with long life (8-10 years), low maintenance requirements, and remote capabilities.
SISAB now has one centralized, locked room of IT equipment which only authorized personnel can access, and administrators can now anticipate reduced service costs as a result of the lithium-ion batteries’ longer lifecycle.
“In order to secure stable access to the internet and functioning communication — also in case of disruptions to the information systems — SISAB decided to modernize the IT equipment and systems in their edge computing facilities to a standardized, secure, and reliable solution.”

— Mats Carlqvist at SISAB
Internet of Things

Standardization

Identical rack, UPS, and PDU equipment at each site make it simple to maintain and order parts.
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Remote monitoring

Intelligent PDUs allow for remote reboot of systems which saves hours of travel time between sites.
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Enhanced Security

IT and networking systems are in one secure rack in a locked room; only authorized staff has access.

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