Automate the quality of service, security, and compliance are crucial to data center and enterprise IT Assets.
RFID systems are used in IT asset tracking for data centers and enterprises to automate the quality of service, security, and compliance that are crucial to their operations.
RFID technology enables automation in IT asset management, meaning less overhead and more margins for enterprises and cloud companies alike. On the other hand, IT vendors employ RFID source-tagging to move toward a Hardware-As-A-Service model, where they manage their own gear on behalf of their customers.
Data center automation leverages RFID systems for critical operational functions such as data center audits, physical inspections, security, and compliance.
An average data center accounts for thousands of servers, routers, and critical equipment, each required to be identified, tracked, maintained, audited, and eventually disposed of.
RFID systems enable the automation of physical data center audits for
a more accurate IT asset inventory, performed more regularly, and standardized across multiple locations, in order to offer real-time operational visibility.
RFID data center asset management solutions are designed to take advantage of the tracking capabilities embedded by IT vendors who source-tag their equipment with RFID. Wider market adoption is now paving the way for new performance and security standards, in accordance with regulations and standards including Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), the HITECH Act, PCI, HIPAA.
An RFID IT asset tracking system is designed to manage a large variety of IT assets, devices, and equipment, throughout their life cycle.
Whether you need to track laptops, mobile devices, PCs, removable storage devices, servers, routers, network cards, or other IT assets, Xerafy has RFID tagging solutions that meet industry standards and are engineered for the job.
Available for both equipment retrofit and source-tagging, the award-winning Xerafy RFID Tags ad Labels designed to deliver optimal performance for IT Assets, be they used On-Metal, Off-Metal, or In-Metal. Compact form factors are available to fit blade servers, rack locations, and mobile devices. More options are available regarding chip memory, materials, and mounting options.