What Are Critical Data Center Power and Cooling Products?
You already know that the not-so-secret trick to effective data center infrastructure management is to optimize your data center energy usage and temperature. Let’s talk about the most critical data center power and data center cooling products that you should consider.
Let’s Talk about Data Center Power
Maintaining power in your data center requires a complex system of battery backups in place to ensure that your data center has at least enough power to shut down properly in the event of a blackout or other power outage.
In addition, data center power products can help you make sure that you are distributing power efficiently and they help you keep your expensive equipment safe from the many energy surges and spikes that flow though the power grid regularly.
To help tackle these top issues, many enterprise leaders turn to data center power solutions such as:
- Floor mount power distribution units
- Static transfer switches
- DC power solutions
- In-rack power distribution units
- UPS and battery power systems rental solutions
Let’s Talk about Data Center Cooling
As you know, a power outage or surge is not the only event that can cause an unexpected data center or equipment shutdown – overheating, condensation, and static electricity can also bring down your servers.
Since data centers have become crucially important in today’s remote work and always-on world, many enterprise leaders are increasingly prioritizing data center cooling products such as:
- Perimeter and large room cooling systems
- Chilled water cooling systems
- Self-contained units
- In-row and small room cooling systems
- Outdoor package systems
- Heat rejection systems
- High heat density systems
How Can You Ensure You Get the Most Cost-Effective Solution for Your Enterprise?
Of course, this is just an introduction to a small handful of the options your organization has at its disposal, but there are many more. And now that you know how critically important it is for your company to implement effective data center power and data center cooling products, your next step will probably be to look into the options that will best fit your enterprise’s highly specific needs.
Fortunately, Donwil can help with that.
The expert team at Donwil has been maintaining data centers since 1965, and we are more than happy to share our expertise with you whenever you’re ready.
The Donwil Professional Assessment Services team will:
- Perform an in-depth assessment that identifies gaps in your power and cooling infrastructure
- Deliver a detailed report on your current losses for power, cooling, and lighting (including recommendations that quantify expected gains)
- Investigate answers or causes behind your thorniest data center infrastructure management questions
- Determine the smallest possible adjustments you can make to your current setup, so you can start achieving better cost savings and energy efficiencies on Day 1
After working with one of Donwil’s factory-trained and certified experts, you will know how to improve your data center operating costs and efficiencies, and you will also understand the steps you can take to improve availability and plan for additional capacity.
Your data center power and cooling solutions are under a heavy load right now and have been strained since at least March 2020. You certainly don’t want to push those data centers further than they can go.
A Professional Assessment will show you, unequivocally, how close your data centers are to the breaking point, so you can make sure your data center management strategy supports your business goals – right now and in the future.
Since 1965, Donwil has been the team to trust for sales backed by responsive and reliable service for enterprises that want to get the most from their critical business process power and cooling solutions. As the exclusive provider of Vertiv, Liebert, Starline, and Hitachi, Donwil delivers a range of critical services and solutions to keep organizations across Western Pennsylvania, Western Virginia, and Eastern Ohio always running.