EEC clients that run efficient, reliable data centers tend to have one thing in common: Management buy-in.
Originally posted on Data Center Post On September 12, 2014
Is your data center operating at peak performance?
There are a few important questions that facility and data center managers need to ask themselves to make sure they are on the right track in terms of timely and proper computer room air conditioning (CRAC) equipment maintenance; these include: What maintenance needs to be done on the equipment? When? How often?
Don't miss out on this great networking event designed to navigate telecom network operators through the many colocation and connectivity options in and around the NY Tri-State area. Telecom Exchange is designed to grow the neutral playing field and showcase all colo providers, data center providers and local and international network providers that are located in the NY area.
Electronic Environments will have a table at the show, stop by and say hello to Mike Farber and Ed Tarnawski - they will be able to help you with all of your telecom or data center physical infrastructure needs, including design/build, site repair & maintenance, cooling and energy efficiency solutions. EEC has been providing these services to telecom and data centers site for 25 years.
We have all heard many statistics in recent years about how much money is being spent on powering data center servers and the infrastructure supporting them. Keeping up with demands from power and cooling technology and equipment is tough.
Don't miss out on our upcoming Webinar - Proactively Managing Your Data Center Infrastructure: Power - Cooling - Maintenance
Date: December 8, 2010
Time: 2:00pm EST
Register at this link:https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/446408402
When people talk about a power or cooling issue, it usually means a couple of things: Either you haven’t planned properly, or you have an imbalance of power and cooling.
No company wants to face the hassle and expense of replacing its data center—or even any of its components—until it absolutely has to. Yet many are lax when it comes to proactively managing the power and cooling infrastructure.
This webinar will give you some valuable information on the common power, cooling and maintenance problems found in data centers today and what to do to avoid them.
Don't miss out.
Register at this link: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/446408402
Data centers and server rooms require large amounts of energy to operate and the push now is to reduce the use of energy in data centers - green initiatives. Additional encouragement is coming from utilities throughout the United States in the form of energy efficiency rebates and incentives.