An optimal cooling solution that reduces energy consumption, latency, and building costs of a data center. Its racks are filled with liquid immersion coolant and integrated cable management. This solution saves 75% Capex and 50% Opex versus a traditional data center. It increases computing density per sq. m and deployment speed.
A data storage device is used for recording (storing) information (data). There are 3 types of storage system that fits your requirement: Network Attached Storage (NAS), Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and Storage Area Network (SAN). A Network-Attached Storage (NAS) device is a server that is dedicated to doing nothing more than file sharing. Direct Attached Storage (DAS) is digital storage that is attached directly to a computer or a server. SAN (Storage Area Network) is a high-speed network of storage devices that also connects those storage devices with servers.
High-performing servers that support virtualization, big data, storage-centered application, and data warehouse and analysis. It gains comprehensive insights into business data to improve customer satisfaction and loyalty.
A modern data center that models, monitors, manages, access and controls Physical, Virtual, and Cloud IT Infrastructure along with Facility Infrastructure. It creates the source of truth with an emphasis on capacity analysis. It optimizes power, space, and cooling to achieve increased server utilization, virtualization, and power density to attain desired power usage effectiveness (PUE) and other optimization goals.
A Modular/Containerized Data Center is a cost-effective and location-free data center in the new generation. Pre-designed and pre-assembled in designated factories to reduce time and cost. It is an all-in-one package because it includes critical components necessary for data centers such as racks, cooling systems, UPS, PDU, and fire detectors. It meets the requirements of unpredictable services, IT growth, and reduction of CO2 emissions for sustainable development.