At Vissensa, we have created a unique 15U rack infrastructure solution that is simple and quick to deploy.
Whether you are looking for assistance accommodating office moves or new office deployments, secure rack footprints in insecure locations or temporary location deployments, we have a product that is entirely scalable and customisable to suit your needs.
By deploying dual equipment backed by a rackmount Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) we can ensure redundancy while single pieces of equipment allow for swift IT deployment in temporary setups.
But this is not all our solution is capable of. With this prebuilt IT rack, customers with limited internet access will not need to wait for a leased line or internet deployments. Instead, they will be able to run infrastructure right from initial deployment by utilising the 4G/5G connectivity our product offers, all the while allowing your business to operate quickly through this streamlined process.
At Vissensa, we were presented with a problem – a rapidly growing business after more space to expand into.
The issue is, warehouses are very in-demand and hard to secure, meaning this company was forced to look for alternatives. As a result, they are now moving into spaces that are far less suitable for their needs, places such as barn refurbishments and conversions. Whilst these spaces will fit their physical requirements, they lack the IT infrastructure to facilitate it.
Here is where Vissensa can help.
Our technical team have produced a 15U rack infrastructure that is mobile, fast to set up and space efficient.
This prebuilt IT rack can optimise office moves and streamline the entire process by taking away the reliance on fast leased line or internet deployment.
The rack is on wheels to ensure it is mobile and can be moved easily to wherever it will be of most use to you, completely independent of a Comms Room.
If your business is moving but unable to secure connectivity in a short timeframe (65-90 days, or even longer), our rack can be sourced, configured, and deployed to get your office up and running, through 4G or 5G connectivity. The 15U rack can then be scaled to accommodate a leased line or internet connectivity once deployed, with the 4G router acting as a redundant measure.
Well, that can be up to you.
Vissensa has configured a 15U rack to accommodate a wide range of use cases depending on your needs – it’s completely customisable depending on your budget and business requirements.
Bringing together Switches, Firewalls, an Onsite Server, Wi-Fi/Access points, UPS Protection, Sundries, Cooling and 4G/5G Connectivity, our prebuilt rack is all about ease of use.
Switches with or without Power over Ethernet (PoE) are available and can consist of either single or dual 24 port or 48 port switches, depending on your needs.
Firewalls provided singly or as a High Availability pair offer scalable rackmount firewall protection and security. They can accommodate ethernet and leased line provisions from 4G up to 1Gbps of traffic through a leased line, depending on security protection measures.
An Onsite Server capable of being deployed with memory from 8Gb through to 10TB, alongside a 2.5” or 3.5” chassis catering for 4 hot plug drives (3.5”) or 8 hot plug drives (2.5”) respectively. This can cater for virtual machines or onsite services through a micro-server or rack mountable server.
Wi-Fi/Access Points can be powered using Power over Ethernet (PoE) switches to ensure connectivity is provided to staff or operations at a particular site. Scalability from 1x Wi-Fi/Access Point upwards with Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6 is also accommodated by this 15U rack.
UPS Protection is ensured with the system backed up by a rackmount UPS, to protect against power surges or outages so critical infrastructure based in the rack is safe.
Sundries, including Rack Cabling, Patch Panel, Brush Plates for cable management, PDU Strips, are all included as part of the rack footprint.
Cooling from dedicated rack mounted cooling fans keeps all the infrastructure operational.
4G/5G Connectivity can be provided to the infrastructure as a temporary measure until internet install.