What's Your Strategy For Today’s Server Room Challenges?

7/9/2012 9:14:04 AM

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Is your server room a barrier to adopting new technologies?

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APC Rack Air Removal Unit SX

Consolidation, virtualisation, network convergence, blade servers – these new technologies improve efficiency, cut costs, and allow you to ‘do more with less’. But they also bring high-density power, cooling, and management challenges that sever rooms were never designed to handle. You’re relying on guesswork, depending on building air conditioning, or improvising remedies. So, how can you increase the level of reliability and control in your sever room without spending a fortune?

Introducing the APC by Schneider Electric total server room solution

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Now you can get power, cooling, monitoring, and management components that easily deploy together as a complete, integrated solution. Everything has been pre-engineered to work together and integrate seamlessly with your existing equipment. Just slide this proven, plug-and-play solution into most existing spaces – there’s no need for confusing cooling configurations or expensive mechanical re-engineering. The modular, ‘pay as you grow’ design lets you be 100 per cent confident that your server room will keep pace with ever-changing demands.

Future-proof your server room easily, cost-effectively

APCTM by Schneider ElectricTM takes the hassle out of configuring server rooms. Self-contained InRowTM cooling units, high-density NetShelterTM enclosures, and the APC rack air containment system combine to create a proper IT ecosystem in almost any environment. Rack-level monitoring sensors, intelligent controls built into the cooling unit, and integrated management software provide complete remote control and unprecedented visibility into the entire system. Simply add power protection (such as undisputed best-in-class Smart-UPSTM or SymmetraTM units) and you have a total solution for today, tomorrow, and beyond.

The integrated cooled, managed server room

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The integrated cooled, managed server room

1.    Cooling effective and energy-efficient InRow cooling units handle high-density heat as its source. Unique variable-speed fans automatically adjust to meet changing heat loads.

2.    Power energy-efficient, ultra-reliable Smart-UPS and Symmetra UPS offer scalable runtime. Rack-mount power distribution units (PDU) ensure that a wide variety of devices get plugged in and powered.

3.    Environmental monitoring and management PoE-enabled temperature sensors let you keep an eye on conditions at the rack level. Metered PDUs report on aggregate power draw and tell you which racks have available capacity. Centralised software gives you real-time, data-driven insight into the entire system from anywhere on the network.

4.    Enclosures Vendor-neutral NetShelter SX rack design handles high-density airflow and power needs.

5.    Intelligent, low-profile rack PDU enables easy equipment access and power monitoring and control at the rack level.

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