R&M unveils three-layer security system
Dubai, September 1, 2010
Swiss cabling specialist Reichle & De-Massari (R&M) has unveiled its three-layer security system of colour coding, plug-in protection, and plug-out protection, to prevent data loss and downtime for the finance sector.
The introduction is the latest in a series of customizable solutions from R&M to meet the heightened security and zero downtime network requirements for banks and financial firms, the company said in a statement.
To meet growing network security requirements, R&M offers an active 3 level security system of colour coding, plug-in protection, and plug-out protection, to prevent network failure and is essential for the high security demands of the financial sector.
This is in contrast to competitors who provide only passive security which provides notification of network failure only after it has taken place.
Increasingly complex banking operations demand the highest performing network infrastructure and heightened security measures. With these R&M’s cabling innovations one can prevent data loss and downtime, said a top official.
'A fail proof and secure network infrastructure is also essential to safeguard against connection failures that lead to data loss and potentially more significant damage. Banking operations are quite sensitive to any connection failures and as a result require the highest levels of physical security at the network level,' said Jean Pierre Labry, managing director of R&M Middle East and Africa.
'We consistently advise financial leaders not to compromise on its network infrastructure and install a fail proof network of the highest cabling specifications.'
'By deploying a faultless high quality network, capable of scaling to meet future network demands, banks are able to optimize network performance and ultimately banking operations,' he added.
The Swiss cabling specialist has also developed the innovative Cat. 6A STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) solution to provide a robust secure infrastructure for any financial environment.-TradeArabia News Service