Rosmalen, 21 April 2016 – AOPEN is excited to announce the new Engine Core 650. The 19" enclosure accommodates multiple Digital Engine systems for better and more secure storage. The Engine Core 650 has been designed for the AOPEN Digital Engine platform and can also accommodate Digital Engine sized KVM switch and RDM.
The construction allows for integration into any cabinet following the industrial 19”standard, so all systems are safely secured in a central environment.
The Engine Core 650 supports up to 7 systems, 6 if an RDM is included. Incorporating the RDM secures the power supply to all systems within a single Engine Core, while also handling cooling and reporting if an error occurs. Thanks to its highly flexible and modular pattern, the Engine Core 650 helps drive TCO down.
Stephen Borg, Corporate Director at AOPEN, says it’s ideal for heavy duty surveillance and signage control.
"The AOPEN Engine Core 650 is the most flexible in its class. We’ve evolved the Engine Core and expanded its features in response to customer interest," Stephen Borg says.
The EC650 has been designed with robustness and security in mind. Its size (only 4U high), dust filter, two heavy duty fans and universal sliding rail mount make it easy to incorporate in most server environments. It also features a lockable front door and a securable top lid, enhancing the tamperproof design.
Engine Core 650: key features
The Engine Core 650 is also part of the AOPEN Digital Security Platform (DSP), using the Milestone Xprotect VMS. Milestone, a leader in open platform IP video management software, has partnered with AOPEN to offer its XProtect VMS product suite to customers. AOPEN’s compact, industrial grade hardware has enabled Milestone to offer a flexible, modular solution for professional video surveillance.
"We’re delighted that Milestone selected AOPEN as a solution partner. It’s a recognition that AOPEN’s technology is advanced and powerful enough to help organizations manage risks, protect people and assets, optimize processes and reduce costs," Stephen Borg says.