Kos – Greece, 17 January 2019 – Kentix GmbH, vendor of Environmental Monitoring and Access Control Solutions names NETECO IT Systems as their Distributor for the Greek and Cypriot Market.
Kentix Environmental Monitoring systems specialize in monitoring and securing critical IT assets and infrastructure such as IT Rooms and Datacenter by using their MultiSensor® technology. Kentix devices are capable of detecting 20 different threats in the environment including moisture, dew-point, vibration, gases, IR presence of people and animals and many more including fire-based threats. Kentix’s Access Control is a blended system of PoE edge-devices, smart on-door wireless locks, and wireless server cabinet locks running on an embedded, license-free, zero-cost software solution with Active Directory that can scale up to 1,500 locks. The access control system can interface directly into their environmental monitoring system, and also with Video Surveillance systems like MOBOTIX, making it extremely robust and powerful. Kentix Products fulfill the physical security requirements for ISO 27001 certifications.
Kentix with headquarters in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, is a manufacturer of professional Smart Building Security products for the physical security of mission-critical IT infrastructures. Their integrated security solutions include environmental monitoring, access control, power monitoring and IP video surveillance, completely remote controllable via Kentix360 Cloud and offering everything from a single source. In comparison with several single systems this saves a great deal of cost and effort. The use of wireless mesh networks and modern web technology enables fast and easy system integration. Kentix is putting great emphasis on the easy usability of all products which are exclusively manufactured in Germany according to highest quality standards.
Kentix systems offer network-based solutions for any demand and can be applied in all sectors of the economy. With Kentix, you can easily optimize your IT availability and avoid system outages before they occur.
You can find more information at www.kentix.com