Balance Capacity With Demand
You need to be prudent with CapEx when specifying critical infrastructure. But you also need to have an eye on the future. Aligning capacity with demand truly enables your business to scale with confidence.Get in touch!
Mismanaging the airflow and cooling capacity can result in up to 60% wasted capacity
At present, over 70% of New Zealand corporations have moved away from their own traditional, bricks-and-mortar IT infrastructure. Even though they are in the cloud, they still require independent back-up and disaster recovery locations.
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Scalable thermal management
With pumped refrigerant economization units, you get the energy savings of free cooling in a system design that grows with your requirements. We also offer passive rear-door heat exchangers that deliver up to 35 kW of cooling to high-density racks.
Scalable UPS Architecture
Our technical specialists can help you design a UPS architecture that optimizes scalability while delivering the reliability and availability you need to meet service level agreements.
Managing Infrastructure Capacity Scalability for Hybrid Computing
Scalable and prefabricated solutions
At Vertiv, we’ve worked with colocation and cloud customers across the globe to deliver scalable and prefabricated solutions that meet current capacity requirements while enabling the flexibility to cost effectively scale as demand grows.
Implementing a DCIM solution allows you to build a digital model of the physical environment and easily find devices, understand how they relate to delivered services, and identify stranded capacity.
Three Data Center Capacity Planning Best Practices
Advanced UPS technology
A modular, high-efficiency, large UPS system that allows capacity increases through hot-modular scalability when changes in load requirements occur.