Data Center Infrastructure
DCIM system that provides coordinated controls to securely automate and manage physical infrastructure, enabling you to continuously optimize your data center operations to the highest levels of performance. It provides industrial-grade tools to help you manage a flexible network of power, cooling and IT, so you can deliver data
services faster, in the most reliable, efficient and sustainable way possible.
Provides the products, systems and expertise to help data center operators efficiently, reliably and safely distribute power and minimize costs through improved electrical
High-quality UPS systems and other power products are built to withstand the rigors of data center use, helping ensure many years of reliable, trouble-free service.
Provides highly efficient components and expertise for cooling solutions that help data centers optimize their performance and return on investment.
Monitoring & Measurements
Our goal is to make instrumentation and analyzer technology, selection, purchasing, installation, operation, and ownership easy – so you can focus on your business.
Modern day modular parallel UPS solutions enable organizations to simply, and cost effectively, increase their UPS power, improve availability and enjoy the long term benefits of scalable UPS solutions that can grow in sensible incremental steps as the organization grows. The result is improved efficiency, lower cost of ownership and better customer service through high availability. UPS module has all the hardware and software needed for autonomous operation – rectifier, inverter, battery converter, static bypass switch, back-feed protection, control logic, display, and mimic diagram for monitoring and control. With all the critical components distributed between individual units, potential single points of failure are eliminated.
Solar Power System
In an effort to reduce carbon footprints and increase sustainability of operations, dozens of companies – notably Facebook, eBay and Cisco Systems are implementing large solar projects to power their datacenters. The movement to solar isn’t limited to giants of the Internet, nor is it limited to Sunbelt locations. Over the past few years, the falling price of solar cells has greatly expanded the solar industry as it heralded a new era of economic parity with traditional power generation technologies, In recent months however, the fall of solar panel prices has slowed. Solar suppliers are focusing on other ways to reduce costs and push the industry forward, including more efficient panel designs and low-cost, next-gen batteries to pair with solar panels.