Boon Edam presents Circlelock high-security portal at Data Centre World in Frankfurt

April 4, 2023

On 10 and 11 May 2023, the manufacturer Boon Edam will present the Circlelock security entrance in the “Data Centre Labyrinth” at Data Centre World in Frankfurt. The space-saving high-security portal is an innovative access solution with the highest security level for data centres.

Doors play a crucial role in data centre security: security entrances can prevent unauthorised physical access to the data centre infrastructure. The entrance experts from Boon Edam will be demonstrating an innovative high-security portal for data centres live in action on 10 and 11 May 2023 at the Data Centre World trade fair in Frankfurt am Main in the “Data Centre Labyrinth” exhibition area: the Circlelock from Boon Edam is a fully automatic high-security separation system and offers the highest level of physical protection for sensitive building areas. The high-security portal will be installed in the ‘Data Centre Maze’, where visitors will be able to examine it. The Boon Edam team will be on site to provide comprehensive advice on the wide product range of entrance solutions for users and operators at stand B099. “We develop individual access solutions that precisely fit the specific requirements of data centres. At Data Centre World, interested parties can convince themselves of the extensive possibilities of this security solution,” says Hendrik Oertel, Head of Sales and Marketing Germany at Boon Edam. In addition to first-class products, Boon Edam also offers consulting, planning, installation and maintenance of the doors.

High-security portal with individual access

Boon Edam’s Circlelock has a space-saving, cylinder-shaped single room with two interlocking, automatic sliding doors that only grant access to authorised persons individually. Beforehand, the user authorises himself via a card reader. Upon entry, the “StereoVision” monitoring system with 3-D sensor camera ensures that only one person is in the facility. The Circlelock thus prevents unauthorised entry through piggybacking or tailgating. The portal is also ready for use in an emergency: a UPS emergency power system ensures that the sliding doors continue to function in the event of a power failure. Boon Edam offers many flexible options that allow customers to extend the standard entrance and optimise it according to their requirements – from the integration of access control systems and biometric face recognition to door reinforcements and remote control panels.

The Boon Edam team is looking forward to seeing many visitors in the Data Centre Maze at stand B099.

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