Rental Solutions for Data Centre Lifecycle Operations
10 Oct 2019
Energy Efficiency, Cost Management & DCIM Theatre
Data Centres can't do downtime. But as data volumes around the world continue to soar, so does the pressure to increase your rack space quickly while maintaining 100% uptime. Much goes around in a Data Centre's lifecycle from building, commissioning to upgrades and day-to-day-operations. Find out how our temporary power and precise temperature control solutions can help Data Centre operators, consultants and contractors to operate, manage and mitigate the power and cooling challenges that they may face such as grid readiness, load-testing, business continuity and more, during a Data Centre's lifecycle operations.
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