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Data center Infrastructure Management [ DCIM ]
Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) tools monitor, measure, manage and/or control data center utilization and energy consumption of all IT-related equipment (such as servers, storage and network switches) and facility infrastructure components (such as power distribution units [PDUs] and computer room air conditioners [CRACs]).
Smart Data center
This complete, self-contained and highly resilient solution is designed to suit offices, rooms, corridors or even basements. Reduce your footprint and outgoing energy costs.
It is contains everything you need to plug-and-play – just add power. Security, UPS, batteries, fire extinguishment, and cooling components all included for your convenience.
Precision air cooling
Precision air condition is working on quick processor-based temperature control, to keep your IT equipment at the right temperature, always.
Precise humidity control. Electronic devices require a steady level of humidity for proper functioning. Both high/low humidity levels can impede them on the long run.
Designed for 24 x 7, 365 days.
Considering that the issue of fire protection in computer rooms is not specifically addressed in many national regulations, the US National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard for the Fire Protection of Information Technology Equipment (NFPA 75) can be used as a recognized fire protection technical standard for these environments. This standard is also recommended by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
High sensitivity smike detector
[ HSSD ]
HSSD : very early warning smoke detection solutions provide the earliest possible warning of an impending fire hazard. HSSD. buys time to investigate an alarm and initiate an appropriate response to prevent injury, property damage or business disruption. And because HSSD. has the industry’s widest sensitivity range and multi-level warnings, even minute levels of smoke can be detected before a fire has time to escalate.
Environment monitor [ EMS ]
Data center management needs to address more than just cyber treats. Infrastructure is the lifeline for server and network gear. Air conditioning systems, UPS systems, and back-up generators need to be operating at peak efficiency to ensure interrupted operation. The best software and technology in the world can't prevent an entire infrastructure going down when a $12 fan goes dead. A remote monitoring system will.
Raised floor and Air booster
Raised floor has been the way to go. It offers the ability to provide cooling from below as well as house power, networking, and piping associated with the cooling systems. It enables flexibility to easily move in any cabinet or cluster in a hot/cold aisle configuration by simply installing a perforated tile at the point of cooling.
Rack cabinet and Containment
A properly chosen rack should fit the horizontal dimensions of the server equipment (width and depth), while leaving (if necessary) sufficient room behind the equipment to allow for adequate cooling. In addition, the data center rack must be high enough to support the required power density. A commonly used measure of the height of a rack is the so-called rack unit (U), which is defined as 1.75 inches. Thus, for instance, a 42U rack is about 73.5 inches high.
Water leak detection
Leak detection system is an equipment which detects water leak at very early stage and send alert to user. This equipment is essential in data center since every data center consists of Precision air conditioner which need at least water drainage and water supply for its functioning. If Data center is installed with chilled water type precision air conditioner then data center get exposed to big threat of water leak from these pipes.
A transfer switch is an electrical switch that switches a load between two sources. Some transfer switches are manual, in that an operator effects the transfer by throwing a switch, while others are automatic and trigger when they sense one of the sources has lost or gained power.
In the complex of a data center, the support and distribution of communications cables between connection points is a minor consideration when compared to other networking and facilities characteristics like high-speed networking, network architectures, and of course thermal management. But because the data center is indeed an system and its elements are, to some extent, interdependent upon each other, the conveyance of cables throughout the facility commands thoughtful planning and execution.
One of the keys to a properly functioning data center with high availability is ensuring that clean, steady power reaches the IT equipment. Part of this critical task falls to uninterruptible power supplies and backup generators, but this power must be distributed effectively and safely. Breakers protect branch circuits from overloading, branch circuit monitoring systems (BCMSs) can give data center managers the information they need to identify potential problems, avoid branch circuit overloading.
If you have managed critical equipment and worked with UPS batteries for any amount of time, you’ve likely seen that the battery manufacturer’s design life is not the same as the battery’s service life. Design life is determined by the manufacturer and takes into account cell design and battery aging under controlled conditions in the manufacturer’s laboratory. Battery service life considers how application, installation, real-world operating conditions and maintenance practices impact battery aging. Simply put, assuming that design life and service life are equivalent puts your data center at risk.
Generators are a key to data center reliability. Supplementing a battery-based uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with an emergency generator should be considered by all data center operators. Beyond disaster protection, the role of a backup generator to provide power is important when utility providers consider summer rolling blackouts and brownouts and data center operators see reduced utility service reliability. In a rolling blackout, power to industrial facilities is often shut down first. New data center managers should check the utilities contract to see if a data center is subject to such utility disconnects.
Uninteruptable power supply
UPS (uninterruptible power supply) systems are a critical component of your data center, whether you’re running just a couple computers or numerous servers. When selecting a UPS, you’ll have to choose among a number of options, but if you can differentiate between the various available configurations, you’ll be better able to choose the right system to meet your needs.
A power distribution unit (PDU) or mains distribution unit (MDU) is a device fitted with multiple outputs designed to distribute electric power, especially to racks of computers and networking equipment located within a data center. Data centers face challenges in power protection and management solutions. This is why many data centers rely on PDU monitoring to improve efficiency, uptime, and growth.
CCTV and Security system
Data center physical security describes security measures that are designed to deny unauthorized access to facilities, equipment and resources, and to protect personnel and property from damage or harm (such as espionage, theft, or terrorist attacks).Physical security involves the use of multiple layers of interdependent systems which include CCTV surveillance, security guards, protective barriers, locks, access control protocols, and many other techniques.
Data cable and Power system
Structured cabling is building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure that consists of a number of standardized smaller elements (hence structured) called subsystems.
Data center power systems present unique challenges for the application of electrical equipment. These challenges, such as multiple operating modes, must be carefully implemented if the desired system performance under normal and abnormal conditions is to be achieved.
Cold and Hot containment
A containment system can be used to isolate hot aisles and cold aisles from each other and prevent hot and cold air from mixing. Containment systems started out as physical barriers that simply separated the hot and cold aisles with vinyl plastic sheeting or Plexiglas covers. Today, vendors offer plenums and other commercial options that combine containment with variable fan drives (VFDs) to prevent cold air and hot air from mixing.
Modular Data center container
A modular data center system is a portable method of deploying data center capacity. A modular data center can be placed anywhere data capacity is needed.
Modular data center systems consist of purpose-engineered modules and components to offer scalable data center capacity with multiple power and cooling options. Modules can be shipped to be added, integrated or retrofitted into an existing data center or combined into a system of modules. Modular data centers typically consist of standardized components.
Data safe and cabinet
Fire safes are the obvious choice to protect your goods from theft and fire. Fireproof safes go through rigorous testing to cope with the extreme heat in a fire. If you have valuable documents and data that may be valuable or priceless to you, then a fire safe is the right choice for you.
" What’s the difference between a fire safe for paper and a fire safe for data? "
Fire safes for data are designed and tested to protect your digital media and storage. Digital media and data can be anything from USB sticks and backup tapes to iPads and other tablets, cameras and CDs.