Visi-Trac™ for the Data Center

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Visi-Trac™, the leading real-time IT asset tracking solution for the Data Center, is an inventory and control application designed to auto-discover the location of all your physical assets, providing location awareness of data center and mobile IT assets globally. Using passive or active RFID and sensor technologies, data center and mobile IT assets such as servers, tape media, laptops, monitors, printers, and other peripherals can be automatically tracked from entry to exit, or while installed in cabinets, racks or stored on shelves.

The Visi-Trac real-time asset tracking solution combines location awareness, unique identification, and verification of authority and access control to locate, track and secure data center and mobile IT assets.

Real-time locating technology pinpoints the location of physical assets, allowing fast detection of individual servers or laptops in server rooms and facilities, saving time spent on IT asset administration and reducing costs. Visi-Trac enables our clients to know ‘which assets are where’ and if personnel are authorized to transport those assets. Security clearance, validation and verification have been automated, providing instant confirmation of a person’s identity and access authority.

For more information, see  Visi-Trac Asset Manager Specification Sheet

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DataProtect™ with Recall

In partnership with Recall, a global provider of information storage and chain of custody solutions for data protection, RFID Global Solution offers the DataProtect™ Tape/Media Tracking Solution. With DataProtect, passive RFID tags are integrated with specially printed VolSer labels enabling handheld scanners to quickly read each cartridge. Handheld software generates and uploads scan lists wirelessly to Tape Management Systems.

Our Visi-Trac™ and DataProtect™ solutions scale for easy expansion, supporting remote site data capture using minimal equipment. The easy-to-use, web-based interface provides users very convenient access to their asset information. With increasing growth in digital information and data mobility, RFID provides an ideal solution for automated inventory and control, regulatory compliance, and protection against data breaches and misplaced data storage.

Visi-Trac™ and DataProtect™ benefits include real-time inventory location accuracy, 80% or more reduction in time needed for inventory cycles and audits, fast reconciliation of out-of-place assets, improved availability of assets, and the reduction of on-hand inventory by 10% or more. Use the hands-free capabilities of fixed RFID readers to monitor assets in real time, or utilize Visi Trac Mobile™ on handheld readers or DataProtect™ to provide a convenient way to perform audits, inventories or search for assets.


DataDiscover™ with nlyte Software

In partnership with nlyte Software, a leading provider of data center performance management solutions, RFID Global Solution offers the DataDiscover™ real-time asset tracking solution. Using RFID Global’s Visi-Trac™ location tracking application, IT assets tagged with passive or active RFID tags or sensors are automatically discovered and information on the location and properties of these assets is instantly integrated into nlyte’s DCPM dashboards.

Track your IT assets as they arrive from your suppliers. Know when critically needed items arrive at your loading dock or when an unauthorized move of a key asset occurs. Get real-time alerts on your mobile device. Interface to your existing asset management systems, such as IBM Maximo and Tivoli Asset Management for IT, Oracle Asset Tracking and BMC Remedy, link to your data workflow planning tools such as nlyte, or use Visi-Trac™ as your primary asset manager.

Visi-Trac™, DataGuardrf™ and DataDiscover™ are a suite of products based on the award winning Visi-Trac™ software, designed by industry experts experienced in building automatic identification systems that meet the needs of some of the leading businesses in the world, including Bank of America, Boeing, the Department of Defense, Northrop Grumman and the world’s largest network and telecommunications providers, among others.