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This paper discusses making realistic improvements to power, cooling, racks, physical security, monitoring, and lighting. The focus of this paper is on small server rooms and branch offices with up to 10kW of IT load.
Both a challenge and solution are presented here for deploying equipment in telecom and data rooms and closets.
You might have noticed today’s IT world is changing fast, and that your customers have different needs. But don’t worry — with the right approach, you can work through these challenges to secure revenue streams for years to come. This e-book outlines five ways for you to capitalize on the IT spaces of the future, today.
Some businesses think they’re above it all when they go to the cloud. Of course peace of mind is a big reason to outsource IT, but your customers can’t simply sign up with Gmail™ and Dropbox and call it a day. What happens if their internet connection fails? If they want genuine peace of mind, they need to secure their network connectivity. After all, their network is now their lifeline to their business in the cloud. Here’s the three-step cloud offer that provides peace of mind to your customers, and a new revenue stream for you:
Many of the mysteries of equipment failure, downtime, software and data corruption, are the result of a problematic supply of power. There is also a common problem with describing power problems in a standard way. This white paper will describe the most common types of power disturbances, what can cause them, what they can do to your critical equipment, and how to safeguard your equipment, using the IEEE standards for describing power quality problems.
Looking for a way to increase your sales? Solution-selling isn't just for data centers anymore. In fact, a vast majority of all sales opportunities are hiding at the edge of the network. Secure your status as a trusted energy management partner by expanding your offer with add-on services such as remote monitoring.
IT virtualization, the engine behind cloud computing, can have significant consequences on the data center physical infrastructure (DCPI). Higher power densities that often result can challenge the cooling capabilities of an existing system. Reduced overall energy consumption that typically results from physical server consolidation may actually worsen the data center’s power usage effectiveness (PUE). Dynamic loads that vary in time and location may heighten the risk of downtime if rack-level power and cooling health are not understood and considered. Finally, the fault-tolerant nature of a highly virtualized environment could raise questions about the level of redundancy required in the physical infrastructure. These particular effects of virtualization are discussed and possible solutions or methods for dealing with them are offered.