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Intelligent power distribution is crucial in the data center.
June 22, 2015.
In a data center environment, power is one of the most important factors.
Equipment reliability is closely tied to temperature.
June 17, 2015.
Data center reliability depends on many factors - monitoring solutions can help.
It's important to have a disaster recovery plan that includes emergency power solutions and usage monitoring.
June 17, 2015.
Having a data center disaster recovery plan is a crucial aspect of owning and operating data center space.
The California drought could become a major issue for companies operating data centers out of that state.
June 17, 2015.
Environmental concerns can affect the operation of data centers, especially data room cooling.
DCIM tools allow IT to track power usage and monitor temperature of the server room in real time.
June 12, 2015.
DCIM tools provide a top-down look at the inner workings of data centers.
Cooling and power functions can be monitored with a DCIM solution.
June 11, 2015.
DCIM systems allow for easier management and asset monitoring.

Opengate by Geist’s unique intelligent containment system offers one of the most effective methods to manage data center air temperature. By regulating IT intake air temperature to within a few degrees of the supply air temperature throughout a data center.

The technology sector is one of the most demanding but rewarding sectors to work in – from the latest innovations to the generous salaries on offer in this industry, there are plenty of opportunities to expand the IT skillset; which in turn, leads to promising promotions and pay rises. Yet with a plethora of different disciplines to choose from, how do you determine which role best suits your experience and interests?

We are really excited to be supporting the Open CloudServer (OCS) specification 2 which will be showcased in Paris on 30-31 October at the Open Compute EU summit. It's really good to know that our hardware is supporting a cloud based solution that is available to the global community.

Modern data centers are remarkably technologically complex, and keeping them running safely and efficiently requires continual close monitoring and management. Among the most important various tasks facing data center managers is maintaining the right temperature. Should the temperature and humidity rise to excessive levels inside the data center, condensation can start to form - thereby damaging the machines within.


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