Conventional Data Center Solutions

For most Data Centers, approximately 70% of the operating budget is spent on maintaining existing infrastructure while only 30% is for innovations aligned to the business goals. Your challenge is to reverse that allocation and transform your data center into a strategic business asset. Improving/Reducing deployment time and gaining real-time visibility to power, cooling, space & connectivity enables you to reduce operational expenditure (OpEx) spent on day to day operations and more on strategic innovation, optimizing capital expenditure (CapEx).

We provide end-to-end solutions for the development of entire Data Center Infrastructure which includes Space Management, Electrical System Designing, Effective Cooling System, Accurate Infra Monitoring System, independent Fire Detection and Suppression Systems.

Our Data Center Approach:

Features that you need to develop, manage, monitor and control your critical infrastructure with ease are mentioned below:

  • Assess Need
  • Develop a Concept
  • Initialize Project
  • Establish Requirement
  • Develop Customer Solution Specification
  • Finalize Proposal
  • Receive Purchase Order
  • Confirm Purchase Order
  • Release to Production
  • Expedite Solutions, Materials & Services
  • Manufacturing, Configuring & Picking
  • Factory Acceptance Test
  • Consolidate Solutions
  • Site Coordination
  • Installation
  • Testing Commissioning
  • Orientation & Training
  • Financial Closure
  • Project Evaluation

Data Center Tier Classification:

Tier Requirement Tier I Tier II Tier III Tier IV
Source System System System System + System
System Component Redundancy N N+1 N+1 Minimum of N+1
Distribution Paths 1 1 1 Active and 1 Passive 2 simultaneously active
Compartmentalization No No Yes Yes
Concurrently Maintainable No No Yes Yes
Fault Tolerance (Single event) No No Yes Yes

Tier I – Single Path for Power and Cooling distribution, no redundant components – less than 28.8 hours downtime/year
Tier II – Single Path for Power and Cooling distribution, redundant components – less than 22.0 hours down time/year
Tier III – Multiple Power and Cooling distribution paths, but only one path active, redundant components; concurrently maintainable-Less than 1.6 hours of downtime/year
Tier IV – Multiple Power and Cooling distribution paths, redundant components, fault-tolerant – less than 0.4 hours of downtime/year

Our Offerings

Civil & Interiors

Fire & Safety System

Cooling Solutions

Centralized Monitoring

Electrical Solutions

Networking Solutions

Security System

Project & Services

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