We provide data center consulting services on the physical design of the Data Centers. We encourage our customers to adopt Green Data Center Technology. A green data center is a repository for the storage, management, and dissemination of data in which the mechanical, lighting, electrical and computer systems are designed for maximum energy efficiency and minimum environmental impact. The construction and operation of a green data center includes advanced technologies and strategies.
We put an advantage to bring the green Datacenter concept in following ways:
- Minimizing the footprints of the buildings
- The use of low-emission building materials, carpets and paints
- Sustainable landscaping
- Waste recycling
- Installation of catalytic converters on backup generators
- The use of alternative energy technologies such as photovoltaic, heat pumps, and evaporative cooling
- The use of hybrid or electric company vehicles
We consider & provide the consultancy services to optimize the following aspects of the Data Center Design
- Physical Layout of the Data Center
- Cooling considerations
- Power considerations
- Security & BMS
- Energy efficiency
Green data centers don’t just save energy
Benefits of Going Green:
- Maximum use of computing resources.
- Reducing operating cost for managing IT infrastructure.
- Reduction in waste of energy & computing cycles
- Reducing the amount of emissions & environment impact.
- Reduction in data center space.
- Reduction in data center & applications provisioning time.
- Market reputation
Data Center Transformation & Consolidation
We provide data center transformation & consolidation services to transform conventional data centers into Green data Centers. The objective is to critically examine the means to maximize Data Center’s efficiency by having a green perspective of computing environment. We use specific tools & technologies to analyze the existing environment so that our customers don’t waste unnecessary power for serving applications people don’t use.
Going green also means increasing the effectiveness of power consumed in cooling the systems of a Data Center.