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Data Center

Servers, UPS, firewalls, routers, switches, controllers, and other components make up a data center, which aids in data retrieval, storage, and processing. Since high uptime is a necessity, data centers are outfitted with the appropriate redundancy system to avoid unplanned downtime and data loss. Modern data centers are transitioning from static box-like architectures toward more complex dynamic data processing models that are hyper-converged and cloud-connected to attain 99.9999 percent uptime.

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A modern data center is a highly advanced version of a legacy data center infrastructure that not just works with physical on-premise servers but also embeds virtualization and multi-cloud environments.

Since data is the most crucial element in the modern era, data centers must be connected across different platforms via multi-cloud and edge computing. When data is stored and processed in the cloud, the service is hosted in a data center by the cloud solutions provider.

Server Rooms: It acts as the core of the data center where the data is stored and retrieved when needed. It contains switches, servers, storage systems, routers, firewall systems, and application delivery controllers. To get peak performance of the data center, it is essential to keep the temperature inside the server room under operational range. Datacenter cooling solutions include:- Hybrid Cooling system (DX & Chilled Water-based) Hot/Cold aisle containment Lifted DC construction for an underground cooling system Rear Door Heat Exchangers (RDHx) It is extremely important to ensure that the data center is powered 24*7 and power redundancy is provided to provide maximum uptime in case of power failure from one source. Datacenter powering systems include:- In rack power – Power Distribution Units (PDU), Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), and Energy efficiency metering Busway Systems and Tap Box for floor-level power management Power cables, raceways, sleeves, trays, and brackets

File Storage & Sharing Applications Email and Social Media Applications

Database Retrieval and Processing

AI, Machine Learning, and Big Data

Virtual Desktop Solutions CRM and ERP Systems Remote Collaborations  

Data centers have evolved from an on-premise static structure to a more dynamic and highly connected infrastructure operating across physical, virtual, multi-cloud, and edge computing environments.

Enterprise Data Centers

It is comprised of multiple data centers working together to achieve a single function or each rack is defined with a different function. These are normally owned and operated by companies.

Managed Data Centers

These data centers are owned and managed by third-party data center service providers. Companies in need of a data center lease a server or complete rack rather than building their own.

Cloud Data Centers

These are completely off-premise data centers where the data and applications are hosted virtually by a cloud solutions provider. Companies opting for cloud data centers need no physical infrastructure.

Colocation Data Centers

Colocation data centers are huge IT facilities with hundreds of data centers operating together. Businesses rent the rack space while the colocation provider completely manages the infrastructure.

Electrical Power Systems Power Distributions Unit UPS Solutions Structured Cabling Solutions Security and Environmental Monitoring Systems Server Racks - Open and Closed Serial Console Servers Rack Accessories Server and Storage